Ghaziabad: Ghaziabad police solved a blind murder case with the help of a two-and-a-half-year-old tracker dog.
The tracker dog name is Leena that was trained at Indo Tibet Border Police training institute in Panchkula. Leena gave police the crucial clue which solved the case.
Police arrested three suspects in the case and police got into an investigation.
Leena have been awarded by the officials for its excellent work.
Ghaziabad police told to PTI that while the police team was awarded 10,000. Leena presented a new leather strap and a velvet bed.
Vivek, who is from Kushaliya village district, went to work on May 31, but he didn’t return home and his body was found in a field the next day, police said.
Vivek’s father registered a case in this regard at Masuri police station.
On Thursday morning, police took tracker female dog Leena to the place where Vivek’s body was found. Leena sniffed around for a while and then led the police team to a spot near the house of suspects, where they used to sit.
After that police arrested three suspects, Mohsin, Adil, and Salman. They confessed that they killed Vivek.
They told police that Vivek’s motorcycle collied with their car which led to a heated argument between them.
In a rage, the three men killed Vivek.