Mumbai, Sep 4: The digital superimposition of the profile of Sheena Bora has matched with the skull recovered from a forest in the neighbouring Raigad district, Mumbai police said today, and maintained it has not yet given a "clean chit" to former Star India CEO Peter Mukerjea in the case.
The matching of digital superimposition with skull would be important in establishing that the human remains found in the forest in Pen tehsil of Raigad are of Sheena, the daughter of Indrani Mukerjea, Peter's wife.
"Digital superimposition of Sheena's profile has matched with the skull found in Raigad forest," a senior officer of Mumbai police said this evening. The officer, replying to a question, also said, "We haven't given any clean chit to Peter yet."
Peter Mukerjea, though not an accused, was questioned extensively today at the Khar police station for the third day in a row in Sheena murder case.
Police are also probing Peter and Indrani's financial transactions and yesterday he was accompanied to the police station by his CA. The car used to take Sheena's body to Raigad has been traced to a third-party owner, the officer said.
Further, police had also found out that an employee of Indrani's company sent emails in Sheena's name after her murder, he said.