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Karnataka: Startup CEO Kills 4-Yr-Old Son, Packs His Body In Bag While Traveling Back

North Goa SP, Nidhi Valsan, detailed the meticulous investigation involving CCTV footage, confirming Seth's departure from the service apartment without her son.

Edited By : Saurav Gupta | Updated: Jan 9, 2024 10:58 IST
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Karnataka: Startup CEO Kills 4-Yr-Old Son
Karnataka: Startup CEO Kills 4-Yr-Old Son

In a startling turn of events, a 39-year-old Bengaluru businesswoman, Suchana Seth, was accused of a horrific crime: the murder of her four-year-old son in North Goa. The distressing revelation began when traces of blood were found by housekeeping staff while cleaning a vacated apartment in Candolim, North Goa.

Alerting the Authorities

The Goa police were swiftly notified upon the unsettling discovery, but by then, Seth had already returned to Karnataka. Acting on the alert, she was detained at the Aimangala police station in Chitradurga district, sparking an urgent quest for answers.

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Transit Remand and Police Investigation

Efforts intensified as a Calangute police team sought to bring Seth back to Goa under transit remand. Simultaneously, investigations to locate the child’s body plunged the authorities into a grim search.

Hotel Records and Departure

Hotel records traced Seth’s stay at Hotel Sol Banyan Grande in Goa, where she checked in with her son. Her departure request for Bengaluru via taxi, despite suggestions for a quicker flight, raised suspicions.

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Unraveling Deception

North Goa SP, Nidhi Valsan, detailed the meticulous investigation involving CCTV footage, confirming Seth’s departure from the service apartment without her son.

False Claims Unveiled

Seth’s assertion about leaving her child at a friend’s house in Fatorda was debunked when the provided address turned out to be fictitious.

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A Shocking Discovery

Inspector Naik’s astute maneuver, guiding the taxi driver discreetly, led to a heart-wrenching revelation. At the Aimangala police station, officers found the child’s lifeless body concealed in a bag, marking a tragic end to the distressing chain of events.

First published on: Jan 09, 2024 09:17 AM IST

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