Bengaluru: Accenture techie stabbed to death by two bike-borne men

Engineer stabbed to death in Bengaluru

Engineer stabbed to death in Bengaluru

A 28-year-old software engineer on his way to meet his colleague was stabbed to death by two bike-borne men near Chocolate factory on Monday.

Bhubaneswar: Bengaluru police today arrested an accused in connection with the stabbing of a techie from Odisha to death here on Monday. Pranay Mishra, who was from Bhubaneswar and a resident of Tavarekere, was on his way to meet his girlfriend and colleague who stayed in the neighbourhood when he was killed.

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"A murder case has been registered and investigation is on to find the motive behind the attack, as Mishra's cell phone and other belongings were found in his shirt and pant pockets", said the police officer. "A two-wheeler used by the suspects brushed against the victim's two-wheeler". The victim was rushed to St John's Medical College Hospital where he was declared brought dead, police said. They said Karthik is a history-sheeter at Madiwala police station.

Karthik demanded Rs 500 for the damage from Mishra, who refused to pay. Pranay was stabbed many times in the stomach and neck.

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CCTV footage from cameras installed in and around the junction has been collected by the police. When Pranay tried to escape, they chased and stabbed him. Manjunath pulled out his revolver, warned Karthik and opened fire in the air.

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