Son Kills Mum And Leaves Emoji Note To Dad In Her Blood

By Drum Digital
29 May 2017

Siddhant will be questioned when he arrives back in Mumbai, although he has yet to be formerly charged.

A murder cop found his wife stabbed to death and a taunting message written in her blood signed with a smiley-face emoji.

Their son is the chief suspect in the killing. The message left in the victim’s blood on the floor read: "Tired of her, catch me and hang me." It was signed off with a chilling use of the ubiquitous smiley-face emoji.

Homicide police detective Dyaneshwar Ganore found the dead body of his wife Deepali Ganore at their home in Mumbai, capital city of the state of Maharashtra, on India’s west coast. Dyaneshwar, who is famed for investigating high-profile killings in the city, had just finished work when he returned home to the grisly scene.

The couple’s son Siddhant Ganore was missing but has since been detained in Jodphur in the north-western state of Rajasthan and is on his way back to Mumbai in police custody. A team of three police officers were sent on a 700-mile journey to Jaipur in order to catch him. But by the time they arrived in Jaipur they discovered that he had already left for Jodhpur, a further 200 miles west.

Police officer Rashmi Karandikar said: "When our team reached Jaipur, we found that he had already left for Jodhpur. "We shared his photo with the Jodhpur police who detained him there. He is now being brought back to Mumbai."

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