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         Posted on :09:07:11 May 11, 2018
       Last edited on:09:07:11 May 11, 2018
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The police team investigating the murder of a Latvian national took the accused to the scene of crime as part of evidence collection.

The accused, Umesh and Udayan of Panathura, were separately taken to the area on Thursday. They were also taken to their houses from where the police reportedly obtained leads into the case.

Minor tension prevailed when Umesh was brought to his house.

While the relatives of the accused protested against his arrest, Umesh kept saying that he was innocent and was being framed by the police.

The police were yet to recover the footwear and the undergarments which were reported to have gone missing from the crime scene.

Divers were deployed in the Karamana river in a bid to recover the items.

The police have been given custody of the accused till May 17.

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