Four days have passed since the brazen murder of a man right outside his house by alleged drug peddlers in southeast Delhi's Taimoor Nagar, but the city police is yet to make any arrest in the case.
Fresh clues have emerged about the attackers even as the Delhi Police is finding it tough to identify and nab them.
CCTV images show that the attackers were involved in at least two loot incidents after shooting 34-year-old Rupesh on Sunday (September 30) night.
The latest CCTV video shows the assailants roaming freely on the roads of the national capital in a looted Honda City car.
Rupesh's murder had triggered protests in Taimoor Nagar area.
Locals burnt two motorcycles and pelted stones at the police personnel who were trying to manage the crowd. A policeman was injured in the stone pelting.
Other policemen sustained minor injuries in the protests. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Southeast) Chinmoy Biswal said, Rupesh was injured in firing by two unknown men who were passing by his house.
He succumbed to injuries later at the hospital. However, locals alleged that Rupesh was shot at by two men, suspected to be linked to drug peddlers.
His family claimed that he had opposed the sale of drugs in the area and that is why he was attacked, they added. Locals staged protests and accused the police of being hand in glove with the accused.
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