New Delhi: The CCTV footage recovered in the murder of a 28-year-old woman in Delhi reveals that a man could have been stalking her. According to the victim's husband, a teenager followed her from the Karol Bagh metro station. He said that his wife took a metro from Noida. She was at her parents' place when the incident took place.
While the CCTV footage is grainy, the police is trying to get the eye witnesses's account in the incident and are also trying to make sketches of the alleged assailant.
The police is also investigating if the incident took place only in a fit of rage or were there any other intentions that might have led to the crime.
The woman who worked in an MNC was stabbed to death by an unidentified man in the heart in Delhi's Karol Bagh on Saturday afternoon after she reportedly resisted a robbery attempt.
While she was about to enter the house, the accused tried to snatch her purse. On resisting, he stabbed on her arm. When she further shouted for help, the accused stabbed her on the chest which apparently killed her.
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