Updated at 7.40 a.m. on Thursday, Sept 7, 2017
No arrests so far in the double murder of Sasikala Narra and the little Anish
Maple Shade, New Jersey (US) : Investigating teams probing the sensational double murder of NRI techie Sasikala Narra and her little son Anish on March 23, 2017, have announced a reward of $ 25 000 for those giving information leading to the arrest and prosecution of killers.
Addressing a press conference at Fox Meadow Apartment complex at the Fox Meadow Drive in Maple Shade on Wednesday, FBI announced that the reward would be given to persons who will provide clues about those involved in the brutal killing of Sasikala and her son.
With the announcement of the reward in the case, the double murder case has joined the list of 13 other unsolved murders in Burlington County since 2015.
Officials from Prosecutor’s Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Maple Shade Police Department addressed the press conference. They disclosed that no arrests have been made so far in the case.
FBI announced that the investigation has been continuing in the double murder case and several agencies are involved in the probe.
After the press meet, the investigating officials interactëd with the residents of the complex and handed out reward flyers in English, Spanish, Hindi and Telugu.
Hubby Hanumantha Rao cooperating
Officials said that Sasikala Narra’s husband Hanumantha Rao has been fully cooperating in the investigation. “Hanumantha Rao is cooperative. He is not living in this area but very much in the the state. There is no evidence so far that he is behind the brutal killings,” said the officials at the press meet.
Later, interacting with the residents of the apartment complex, the FBI asked them to give information to them so that they could do something in the case. “Please help us. If you know any thing, even smallest information , let us know. It would be helpful for us in solving the mystery,”the investigators told the residents.
The officials said they are of the view that one of the residents knew more than what the police knows in the case. The investigators will camp at the Fox Meadow Apartment till Friday and meet all the residents to seek any possible information.
There are 1500 dwelling units in the For Meadow complex and the probing officials want to meet them to gather information. A team of 30 officials has been camping at the complex for the purpose. People can also pass on information to authorities on phone number on 609-265-7113 or email to email@example.com.
Top priority to the case
Recently, officials of the Indian Cultural Center of South Jersey announced that they had met the Burlington County officials seeking fast paced probe into the killings. They officials assured them that investigators have given the case highest priority.