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CCTV camera shows woman techie chased and killed in Uttar Pradesh

Anjali Rathour's ex-classmate Ashvani Yadav is the prime suspect. Photograph: (Agencies)

WION Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India Jun 01, 2017, 02.52 AM (IST)

Anjali Rathour, a 23-year-old trainee engineer working with a mobile phone maker was chased out of her house and shot in a parking area located in the basement of the housing society in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

The horrific killing was caught on CCTV camera, however, the identity of the killer could not be ascertained as the CCTV at the entrance of the society wasn't working.

 Anjali Rathour's ex-classmate Ashvani Yadav is the prime suspect after he is reported to have called her twice just before she was killed. 

The incident occurred in the early morning hours in Noida's Shatabdi Rail Vihar in sector-62 on Wednesday around 6:30am, the killer entered the society and exited without much trouble. In fact, the killer managed to chase the girl into the parking lot at the basement even though there were guards in the compound.

The killer who is seen with a backpack shot  Anjali Rathour at point-blank range, then stayed at the scene and seemed to have made a phone call.

Anjali's family have named Ashvani Yadav as the prime suspect. The Uttar Pradesh police are investigating the case.


WATCH CCTV footage

A 23-year-old woman was gunned down by an unidentified man in a residential high-rise building's parking area in Noida on Wednesday morning (WION)



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