New DNA Clue May Help UK Police To Crack 22 Year Old Murder Case Of Indian Origin Woman Yet in spite of extensive forensic examinations and house to house enquiries, including 147 witness statements, no-one was ever arrested for her murder. Officers circulated posters of Surinder and appealed for information, but sadly the case remained unsolved (Photo: West Midlands Police).
Radhakrishna N S
UK detectives investigating the murder mystery of an Indian origin woman in Birmingham over 22 years ago are hopeful of cracking the case after getting some DNA clues which could help them to arrest the killer. The badly decomposed body of 36-year-old Indian origin, Surinder Kaur Varyapraj was found in the first floor bedroom of her home address in Church Hill Road, Handsworth on March 5, 1996 after a local shopkeeper became concerned when Surinder hadn’t been seen for four or five weeks. She had been strangled, possibly with some sort of ligature, some weeks previously, said West Midlands Police in…
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