In Keerapakkam, Vandalur a body of a student was found with legs and hands tied and now three persons were arrested by police. Earlier, the parents of the deceased, Saravanan from Adambakkam had lodged a police complaint after his body was found in a quarry and after launching a search operation to find the killers, three students, Deepan Chakravarthy, Parthiban and Rajesh were arrested.
It was found in an investigation that these three murdered Saravanan. When Saravanan body was found, his phone was found near him, and an SMS had been sent from his phone on his death day to a friend, but it was sent from Pondicherry Signal and from another mobile.
Upon inquiry it was found that Deepan and friends killed Saravanan in an argument, got a mobile from Moore market and used Saravanan's sim and sent the message to make people believe Saravanan was alive and missing.
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