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Nawada: Police are yet make any breakthrough in their investigation into sensational murder of a constable’s wife at Anandpura, 2 km from Town police station, Nawada, on December 26  as the two `bullet shells’ which they claimed was found at the murder site turned out to be discharged pencil size torch batteries. Even the two  member forensic team headed by senior scientist Vinay Kumar and his junior colleague Lokesh Shankar from Patna, which searched the crime scene for credible evidence on December 27 noon, did not give not any detail.

It may be stated that the multiple-injury riddled dead body of 32 year old Renu Devi, wife of constable Sunil Kumar Yadav, posted as  instructor at STF training centre, Gaya, was recovered from their newly constructed house at Anandpura, around 150 metre from Nawada-Kadirganj road on December 26 afternoon by her three school-going children on their return from school.

Nawada Town police officials initially said that she was shot as well as stabbed a number of times pointing to the blood-stained knife and two “bullets” recovered from the site. They also suspected the hand of someone well known to the deceased pointing towards the half eaten “tilkut” and two empty cups of tea lying on the table. The constable, who rushed to the site from Gaya, was inconsolable at the brutal end of his wife.

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