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Forensic experts pick up clues at Noida accused's bungalow
January 05, 2007 12:40 IST
A team of forensic experts on Friday inspected the bungalow of the main accused Moninder Singh Pandher picking up clues in connection with the rape and murder of several children in Noida.
The team from Agra reached the D-5, Sector 31 residence of Singh and his servant Surender Koli, who allegedly carried out the ghastly killings and buried the bodies in the house, police said.
Meanwhile, another FIR has been registered in connection with a missing child.
Parents of six-year-old Soni have claimed that their daughter was missing since September 24, 2004, from Morena village in Sector 24.
The girl's father Vijender Singh, a migrant from Bulandshahr, identified some undergarments recovered from Pandher's house and kept at Sector 20 police station as that of his daughter.
So far 17 FIRs have been registered in connection with missing children since the killings came to light last Friday.