Police announce reward for information about assailant
The Dehu Road police have also announced a reward of Rs 25,000 for any one revealing information about the murder leading to Das’s assailant
Pune: Officials of Dehu Road police station are looking for new angles in the murder case of Capgemini employee Antara Das who was hacked to death by unidentified person outside office of Capgemini in Talawade IT park on December 23 last year.
The Dehu Road police have also announced a reward of Rs 25,000 for any one revealing information about the murder leading to Das’s assailant.
Police officials have assured anonymity of the informer in the case. According to Dehu Road police, the assailant was wearing a striped T-shirt and trousers while attacking Das.
The police had earlier arrested Bengaluru-based software engineer Santoshkumar Akhileshwarprasad Gupta (24), who was later released on bail in April 2017 after the police failed to gather concrete evidence to link Gupta to the murder case. Das was attacked while she was walking through Canbay square, near her work place in Talawade.
The assailant had stabbed her multiple times with a sharp weapon. She hailed from West Bengal and had met Gupta in Bengaluru in 2015.