At least three days have been passed but nothing came out in the missing case of a noida based Shipra Kataria Malik.
The Police have speeded up the investigation by forming five Police Teams to find the suspects in the abduction of 29-yr-old fashion designer Shipra.
Inspector general of police (Meerut Zone) Sujit Pandey called a meeting of all senior officials of Noida police, including the special task force (STF) and crime branch, on Wednesday to discuss the matter.
Police is inspecting CCTV footage from various locations in delhi to find the suspects. But as the visuals are unclear thus its creating hurdle in the investigation for the police.
Shipra has been missing from monday when she left her Sector 37 residence for chandni chowk to buy raw material and has been untraceable since then. Her Maruti Swift car was found abandoned 500 metres away from her Noida home. Though the family has not received any ransom call yet. police said.
“Shipra’s mobile phone was last traced to Lajpat Nagar in Delhi. She had called the emergency helpline — 100 — for 10 seconds but disconnected without saying anything,” Kiran Sivakumar, senior superintendent of police (SSP), Gautam Budh Nagar said.
Chetan Malik, her husband who is a local builder, has lodged a missing complaint to the Noida police and now the Police is investigating in the case.