Three unidentified bodies found in and around Chennai – The New Indian Express | News Bharat

Author: Express News Service

CHENNAI: Three bodies, including those of two women, were found in different parts of the city and its suburbs on Sunday and Monday.

An 85-year-old farmer in Guduvanchery found the skeleton while taking his cattle to graze early on Sunday. Police said a man, S. Kanniyappan of Erikarai village, initially found the bones and informed the police. He found the rest of the skeleton before the police arrived. The Guduvanchery police have registered a case and said the bones belong to a man who died around three months ago. “We suspect that he was 30-40 years old. The cause of death has not yet been determined,” the police said.

On Sunday, the Triplicane police received information that a woman’s body was seen floating in the Parthasarathy temple pond. The body was sent to RGGGH for autopsy. Police said they are trying to identify the woman.

Meanwhile, on Monday morning, the Egmore railway police received information about a woman lying dead on the tracks. Police said the woman, in her late 30s, was struck by a commuter train. The body was found between Chetpet and Nungambakkam railway stations. Further investigation is underway to establish her identity.

A man attacks a woman for refusing an offer
A 26-year-old man was arrested for harassing and assaulting a woman. He allegedly asked her to marry him and when she refused, he attacked her with a knife. The woman was hospitalized. She divorced her husband and lived with her children. Assailant V Kanniyappan got acquainted with her on the pretext of helping her with daily chores. Another woman who was in the house during the attack was also injured

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