The victims were identified as Bajrang Lal Bokaria, the businessman, his driver Vinod Dubey, 45 cook Bhola Singh, 30 and domestic help Anand, 18. A police source said that the assailants targeted only those cupboards that contained valueables where as the remaining ones (cupboards) were not touched.
The police said that the killers were well aware of Bokaria's house and their main motive was robbery. Bokaria is left with his wife, who was visiting their ancestral house in Sujangarh, Rajasthan, while his son Pawan manages the business and daughter Preeti is married.
Investigations revealed that Bokaria's car was parked at Sujangarh, whose keys were missing. Bokaria's brother who was driving to Sujangarh offered to carry the duplicate keys to the car. When he sent a worker of his to collect the keys, a woman handed him the keys. Police suspect that she could be one of the suspects.
Another clue that the cops stumbled upon was the drilling machine that was used to make a hole in the bedroom door.
Local criminals are under the cops' scanner while the family members and relatives are being questioned in the case.
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