A dentist, who was contacted by the police, stated he needed extra data to find out whether or not it was a homicide sufferer.
Delhi Police has recovered a human jawbone throughout the seek for Shraddha Walker’s stays and has approached a dentist right here to establish whether or not it belongs to the 27-year-old homicide sufferer.
The dentist, on situation of anonymity, stated he needed extra data to succeed in a conclusion. PTI stories on Monday (21 November).
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“The police got here at present. He had an image of the jaw which he recovered throughout the investigation. I requested him to take X-rays from the physician in Mumbai who handled the girl for root canal therapy. With out X-rays, it is rather tough to determine,” he stated.
Walker had moved to Delhi from Mumbai earlier this 12 months with Aftab Amin Poonawalla (28) and was residing in a flat in south Delhi’s Mehrauli.
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On the flat, Poonawalla allegedly strangled Walker and minimize her physique into 35 items, which he saved in a 300-litre fridge for about three weeks, earlier than dumping them throughout town over a number of days.
The police had recovered elements of the cranium and a few bones from a close-by forest space on Sunday. As a part of their search operation to recuperate extra stays, a pond in South Delhi’s Maidangarhi can be being drained.