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Youth beaten to death on suspicion of theft in Mymensingh

  • Published at 10:34 pm September 26th, 2017
Youth beaten to death on suspicion of theft in Mymensingh
Police on Tuesday recovered the dead body of a youth, who was beaten to death allegedly on suspicion of stealing, from a bush in the Char Shirampur area in Gouripur upazila of Mymensingh. The victim, Sagor Ahmed, 20, was the son of Shipon Miah hailing from Mymensingh’s Natok Ghor Len area. Superintendent of Mymensingh police Syed Nurul Islam told the Dhaka Tribune that the attack took place at a fish hatchery on Monday morning. He said: “Owner of the hatchery Akkas Ali, his son Kayum and some of their associates brutally beat the youth after tying him to a post on accusation of stealing.” “They dumped his body in an adjacent bush when the youth lost consciousness,” the police superintendent added. After being informed by local residents, police recovered the body and sent it to the Mymensingh Medical College Hospital, where the duty doctors declared Sagor dead. According to locals, Sagor used to collect and sell scrap metal. Police are still trying to capture the accused, who have gone missing after the incident.