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Sohrabs yet to be traced despite look out notice after their car killed Air Force officer

Sohrabs yet to be traced despite look out notice after their car killed Air Force officer

The look out notice was issued by the Kolkata Police on Thursday after Ambia Sohrab, Sambia Sohrab and their father former RJD MLA Mohammed Sohrab were found 'absconding' from their residence at Jorasanko area in the city.

Kolkata: Despite the look out notice against Ambia Sohrab, Sambia Sohrab and their father former RJD MLA Mohammed Sohrab, who are absconding after a speeding car reportedly owned by them killed an Air Force officer during a Republic Day parade rehearsal, none of them were traced.

The look out notice was issued by the Kolkata Police on Thursday after the trio were found 'absconding' from their residence at Jorasanko area in the city. A city police source on Friday said that their teams have already fanned out to neighbouring states in search of the trio.

Meanwhile, a family member of Sonu, cousin of accused Ambia Sohrab, on Friday lodged a missing diary at Bowbazar police station. This move followed after he (Sonu) was called by Kolkata Police in connection with the mishap that took place on Wednesday.

"We are also trying to spot them through their mobile phone tower locations. But their mobile numbers are switched off," another senior police officer said. Sonu was called for questioning in connection with the airman's death in a hit-and-run case on Wednesday.

In a related development, city police sleuths had seized Ambia's passport during a raid at one of the Sohrab residences yesterday. The police have already raided five houses belonging to the Sohrabs - main accused Ambia, his brother Sambia and their father former RJD MLA Mohammed Sohrab.

The sleuths also raided one of their hotels on Kyd Street, in central Kolkata, in search of the trio. The city police source said the reports on the incident from the South Police Division as well as from the Traffic department have already been submitted to Kolkata Police Commissioner Surajit Kar Purkayastha acting on the latter's directive.

first published:January 16, 2016, 09:51 IST