QAU employee murdered in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: A laboratory assistant of Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) was found murdered on Wednesday night. Police said the killers had taken away the victim`s cellphone and wallet carrying documents and cash to give the impression that he was murdered during robbery.
However, the victim`s Mehran car was found near the body.
The police said the phone`s SIM and IEMI number could have played a vital role in investigating the case.
The documents were stolen to keep the identity of the victim unknown.
A police patrolling team searching for the victim in response to a report lodged with Rescue 15 about his disappearance found his car abandoned along the old university road.
The police later found the body in the wooded area near the road and shifted it to hospital for autopsy.
However, the police said the victim was strangled.
The victim was identified as Imran Pervez, 28, a resident of Muslim Town in Rawalpindi.
The victim, who married eight months back, worked at the university`s information department and after office hours used to drop his colleagues at their homes to supplement his income.
He last talked to his family on the mobile phone at around 8:15pm and told them that he was going to drop his colleagues in Rawalpindi and would reach home within 30 to 45 minutes.
When he did not return till 9pm, the family dialed his mobile number but found it switched off.
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