Mangaluru: Murder of mud lamp seller – One more arrested

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Nov 25: Bunder police have arrested one more accused in relation to the murder case of Mayavel Periyasamy (52), a native of Salem in Tamil Nadu, who had come to the city to sell mud lamps.

The arrested accused is identified as Moorthy (45). Ravi alias Vakil Naik, native of Hoovinahadagali was already arrested in this case. Moorthy, who was living with Ravi in the rented house, was also involved in the murder.

The accused killed Periyasamy thinking that he might be having lots of cash with him. Mortal remains of Periyasamy were found after 45 days.






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  • Rita, Germany

    Fri, Nov 25 2022

    killing thinking he had lot of money?How sad just for some rupees humans are killed ,He had come to earn his livlihood .Why cant others too work hard and collect money ?May his soul rest in peace.Poor fellow.Now these butcher let finanz his family now .Heartfelt sympathy to his family.

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Fri, Nov 25 2022

    Whether killing for money is Unemployment or Employment ? I heard 1 million per year jobs creation after 2014.

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  • Namoona, Germany

    Fri, Nov 25 2022

    Moorthy. What a common factor name.

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  • prakash, manipal

    Fri, Nov 25 2022

    We all live in a dangerous world... Both real and virtual worlds are getting scarier day by day... Never show off or announce your greatness in real world... Never believe the greatness of the other side on virtual world...

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