The culprit is too big, but he leaves the clue to his crime. The French police made a prominent disclosure on Monday and told that it had identified the body of an Indian person found in a sack lying in a roadside road in northern France with his cigarette lighter. The French police said they identified Durga Singh (42) of the deceased Bharatvanshi with the help of cigarette lighter. The body of the young man found the roadside in northern France. A lighter was recovered from his pocket. With this help, another Indian national suspected of murder was also caught in Belgium. In October last year, a young man’s body was found in a rubbish condition in the sack during the cleaning of the pit in Borberg. He did not have any documents or calls so that his nationality and gender could not be found. Officials who were investigating at that time had said that they did not even recognize DNA and Fingerprint reports. The police got a lighter from the pocket of the deceased. It was stamped on ‘Cronje Cafe’.
This clue proved to be very important for the police. From this, the youth was identified, and a young man was caught in the murder case. The police were looking for a philosophy in Belgium since June last year. The café which was named on the light from a young man is typical in Belgium and the Netherlands. It means ‘pub’. This cafe is located near the house of the deceased. Investigating officers identified the DNA of the dead with a toothbrush.