Amravati, Maharashtra – In a deeply unsettling turn of events, the Maharashtra Police uncovered a grim scene in Amravati city on Saturday as they found the lifeless bodies of a mother and her son concealed within a bed box. The deceased have been identified as 45-year-old Neelima Ganesh Kapse and her 22-year-old son, Ayush Kapse.
The distressing chain of events was set in motion when concerned neighbors detected a foul odor emanating from the victims’ residence, persisting for two days. Alarmed by this alarming development, the neighbors promptly informed the deceased’s relatives. Hailing from Nagpur, the family members rushed to the scene only to discover the house securely locked.
Upon their arrival, they were met with a perplexing sight – the front door was locked from the inside, and the back door was sealed shut. Fearing the worst, they immediately reached out to the police for assistance. The initial police investigation took a grim turn as officers broke the seal on the back door and entered the premises.
Inside, a harrowing scene awaited them – the bed was marred with bloodstains, and a nauseating, putrid stench hung in the air. Acting swiftly, the police decided to inspect the bed box, where they tragically found the lifeless bodies of Neelima and Ayush Kapse.
Compounding the mystery, the neighbors also reported that the woman’s eldest son had been missing since the incident. His mobile phone remained switched off, adding further intrigue to the tragic murders within their home. The bodies of the deceased have been sent for a post-mortem examination, and the police have initiated a comprehensive murder investigation.