Woman says live-in partner, his father killed her 11-month-old son; dumped body in Thrissur railway station

Sreepriya and Jayasuryan. Photo: Manorama News

Malappuram: Police here on Friday nabbed a woman and her live-in partner over the alleged murder of the former's 11-month-old son at Tirur here. The accused are identified as Tamil Nadu Kadaloor natives Sreepriya and her husband Jayasuryan. In her statement to police, Sreepriya claimed that her partner and his father murdered the boy and abandoned his body at Thrissur railway station. 

Police took Sreepriya to Thrissur railway station and carried out a search. As per the statement of the accused, the boy was murdered and abandoned three months ago. So far, the probe team hasn't recovered any remains of the body yet.  The Railway Police also confirmed that no unidentified bodies were recovered from Thrissur railway station and premises in the last three months.

Manorama News reported that police initiated a probe into the mysterious disappearance of the boy after receiving a complaint from Sreepriya's relative Vijaya. She told Manorama News that the child was brutally tortured by Jayasuryan and his father. 

“ The two men locked Sreepriya inside a room and tortured the baby. One of them had the child in a chokehold,” she alleged.

The murder was committed three months ago when the mother left her husband and relocated to Tirur.

The incident came to light when the woman's relative stumbled across her accidentally. The accused are being interrogated at the Tirur police station. The police suspect that the father and mother of the young woman's boyfriend are also involved in the murder. They have also been taken into custody.


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