Over 40 stab wounds on body: Post-mortem report
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The post-mortem report of CIDCO clerk Atul Mhatre, who was found murdered in Panvel Sunday has revealed there were over 40 stab wounds on the body, apart from several other injuries.
Mhatre, who went missing on Friday, was found dead near Mankhed village in Panvel on Sunday. His car, which had his wig and footwear, was found a day earlier on Uran-Panvel road.
"The post-mortem report says there were a total of 42 stab marks on the body. There are also several cuts on the chest and torso," said Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone II, Navi Mumbai) Pramod Shewale.
The police are also conducting inquiries on the road from CIDCO office to Panvel to find any eyewitnesses who might have seen Mhatre being kidnapped or murdered.
Police believe that Mhatre was intercepted somewhere on Uran-Panvel Road, where he was forced into another car and killed.
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