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Sidhu Moose Wala murder case: Alleged killers captured by CCTV camera



A new CCTV clipping of the alleged killers of famous Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala has surfaced which could give a boost to the ongoing investigation into the case.

In new CCTV footage that IANS has had access to, the alleged killers could be seen at a gas pump, refueling the same jeep that was used to commit the crime.

Apparently, said video belongs to a petrol pump located somewhere between Fatehabad in Haryana and Sardulgarh in Punjab.

In the video, two men, one wearing a blue shirt and the other wearing a white t-shirt, can be seen filling up their car.

The video can help police identify suspects as their faces are clearly visible.

Moosewala, 28, was shot dead on May 29 while traveling by car in Mansa district in Punjab. A dozen assailants fired more than 30 shots at him. He was taken to hospital where doctors declared him “dead”. The singer’s autopsy report revealed that his body bore 19 gunshot wound marks.

Apart from Punjab, an investigation is also underway in Delhi. The Delhi Police Special Cell is currently questioning mobster Lawrence Bishnoi for his alleged involvement in the brutal murder of the Punjabi singer.

Sources said the snipers who committed the crime may have fled to Nepal.

–IANS

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