Panaji, Mar 8 (UNI) The North Goa police today started working on ''homicide angle'' of the case of mysterious death of 15-year-old British girl Scarlet Eden Keeling, whose body was found last month on Anjuna beach under suspicious circumstances.
This followed the submission of the second autopsy report by the doctors of Goa Medical College and Hospital to the police late this evening.
The second autopsy was conducted with the intervention of Chief minister Digambar Kamat on the plea of the victim's mother who suspected ''rape and murder'' of her daughter.
''We are determined to decide the course of action in the case on the basis of the priliminary report of the autopsy received this evening. Everything will be finalised by late tonight,'' North Goa Superintendent of Police Vasco George told UNI.
Initially, the Anjuna police said it was a case of natural death.
But it was later handed over to another police inspector with the victim's mother alleging rape and murder.
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