Wife of Mumbai police inspector probing Sheena Bora murder case found dead, son missing
The wife of a police inspector who was part of the team investigating the Sheena Bora murder was found threatening her residence in the suburbs of Santacruz (East) in Mumbai on Tuesday night. The 21-year-old son of the couple is absent.
Dipali Ganore, 42, was found in a pool of blood – stabbed in the neck – by her husband, Inspector Dnyeshwar Ganore when he returned from work.
Law enforcement officials said Ganore’s 21-year-old son was absent Tuesday night. “From now on, we can not comment on who killed Dipali. A murder case has been registered and we are investigating all possible angles,” said Chief Inspector Mahadev Wavale, Vakola police station.
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Ganore, who is assigned to Khar police station, returned home around 11am and found the door was locked. He knocked on the door and knocked several times, but there was no answer.
He then asked the neighbors if they knew where his family and Dipali and his son did not answer their calls. Ganore told police he thought the two might have some shopping and decided to wait until they returned.
“1 hour Ganore saw the keys of his house in the garbage he kept outside the door. He entered and found his wife in a pool of blood in the room,” said Inspector Wavale. The Vakola police were informed of the incident and a police team was immediately taken there.