Chennai, July 1: In a fresh development in Infosys employee murder case, Chennai police have released a latest CCTV footages today, in which S Swathi killer was seen escaping on a bike just after the brutal killing.
Swathi was dastardly killed by an unidentified person in a broad-day light at Nungambakkam railway station in Chennai on Friday, June 24 at around 6.30 am.
Swathi's friend and family members had informed the cops that "it was stalker who killed Swathi."
The cops had earlier released high resolution image of the suspect in the murder case. However, even cyber crime experts have shortlisted about 150 suspicious mobile phone numbers that were active in the towers in the premises of Nungambakkam railway station during the time of the murder. [Infosys techie murder: Swathi's friend reveals shocking information about the killer]
On Thursday, June 30 a senior police officer said that "Swathi was aware of the stalker but probably decided to ignore him and took no precautions. Since she informed her friends about the suspect, it is possible that she might have alerted her family as well. We are not sure whether the suspect stalked her to say something or it was a dry run to commit the offence."
Though police have so far got no clue about the accused who is at large, Chennai police is putting together all inputs to catch hold of the murderer. This footage will certainly facilitate the cops in a big way, given the fact that accused can be traced through the number plate of the bike in which he fled.