Unlike the report of the first autopsy conducted on the body of Sohagi Jahan Tonu, the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has found rape evidence on the body of the Comilla Victoria College student in its DNA test.
“We’ve found profile of semen of three men in the dresses and underwear of Tonu in the DNA test conducted at the CID Dhaka laboratory,” Special Police Super of Cimilla CID Dr Nazmul Karim Khan told UNB over phone on Monday night.
He said they matched the blood found on the dresses and underwear of Tonu with her teeth to get sure that the clothes belonged to the college girl.
“We’ve almost reached the final stage to identify the killers,” said the CID official.
Responding to a question whether they have been able to match the DNA test with the suspects, Nazmul Karim said, “Through collecting various information, mobile phone SMS and interrogation of a good number of people, we’re now at the stage to arrest the accused.”
Earlier, doctors at the Forensic Department of Comilla Medical College Hospital in their first autopsy report did not find any sign of rape before the death of the college girl.
“We didn’t find any sign of rape and it’s not even clear how she was killed,” Dr Kamoda Prosad Saha, a professor of Forensic Department of the hospital, told reporters on April 4.