Dead Body Of Woman Found Inside Plastic Drum At Bengaluru Station, 3rd Case In 3 Months

The dead body of an unidentified woman was found inside a plastic drum at the SMVT Railway Station in Bengaluru on Monday, March 13.

According to the police, there was a foul smell emanating from a drum that was placed inside the station. When the drum was cut open around 7 pm in the evening, a woman’s body was found inside.


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3 men dumped the drum near the entrance of the station

The drum was found near one of the entry gates of the Baiyappanahalli railway station between 10 am and 11 am on Monday. It had been covered with clothes and lidded.

The woman, believed to be around 31 to 35 years of age, is yet to be identified.

During investigation, police found that three men transported the drum by an autorickshaw and dumped it near the entrance of the railway station on Monday. The body was transported in a train from Machlipatnam, Andhra Pradesh, they added.

“A team was sent to Machlipatnam but the body could not be identified,” said Dr Soumlatha, Superintendent of Police, Railway Police Bengaluru.


3rd case in 3 months

This is the third incident

in the last three months

of a body being found at a Bengaluru railway station.

On January 4, railway police found decomposing body of a young woman inside a blue plastic drum abandoned at the end of platform at the Yeshwanthpur railway station. The victim was believed to have been strangled with a dupatta. The body was found when a sweeper at the railway station informed the police of a foul smell from a plastic drum. When the police opened the drum, the woman’s body was found along with clothes.


Similarly, in the second week of December, an unidentified woman’s body was found in a yellow sack on a coach of a passenger train at SMVT station. The highly decomposed remains were discovered after a passenger complained of a foul smell emanating from the gunny sack, which was dumped with other luggage.

In all three cases, the victim was a woman aged around 30. Police officials investigating the incidents said that all three cases are unresolved but cautioned against speculating that a serial killer is involved.

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