Prosecutors in the Roseville murder case in the US, involving an Indian American techie, say that they have found new crime scene in the case.
Shankar Nagappa Hangud, a 53-year-old, data specialist and resident of Roseville, California is said to have killed four people, two of whom were minors.
The murders came to light when Hangud walked into a Northern Carolina police station, along with a dead body in his car on Monday.
KCRA News reported that the crime scene in Siskiyou County, California is where Hangud killed the man whose body he brought along with him to the police station.
The report says that while Hangud killed the man on Sunday, he killed a woman and a girl on October 7 and a boy on October 8. The first three murders took place in Hangud’s apartment in Roseville.
Meanwhile, one of the victims, officials have said could be a middle school student in Roseville.
Dry Creek Elementary School District Superintendent Brad Tooker was quoted by The Sacramento Bee as saying, “It is with a heavy heart I inform you, pending confirmation from authorities, we believe one of the victims in the Carmel at Woodcreek West apartment complex homicide may have been one of our treasured Silverado Middle School students.”
All four of the victims are related to Hangud, the officials have said, but have not specified how they were related to him. The names of the victims have not been revealed either.
The Sacramento Bee reported that many students in the school district live in the apartment complex where the crime was committed and even know the student.
The reports said that Hangud has no criminal history.
The motive of the murder is not known, but The Modesto Bee reported that Hangud’s tax record showed that he faced a federal tax lien of $178,603 from the Internal Revenue Service this year.