Mumbai: Revealing gory details of a possible fratricidal murder, the Navi Mumbai police, have reportedly come across evidence they 'cannot reveal information about', in their investigation of the disappearance of a woman police official.
The police Sunday carried out searches at the residence and farm house of prime suspect Police Inspector Abhay Kurundkar in Kolhapur in Western Maharashtra.
They searched Kurundkar's home and farmhouse in Ajara in Kolhapur, officials said.
"Our team is in Kolhapur but we cannot disclose what we recovered from Kurundkar's farmhouse," a Navi Mumbai police official said.
Four persons, including Kurundkar, have so far been arrested in the case.
Ashwini Bidre-Gore, 37, an API with the Navi Mumbai police human rights cell, went missing on April 11, 2016.
During interrogation, one of the accused told police that the woman API was killed by Kurundkar and her dismembered body stored in a refrigerator before being disposed off in the Vasai Creek near here.
Officials said that a team comprising Navy divers, besides police personnel, would be searching the creek tomorrow for body parts of Bidre-Gore.
Officials said that the search operation would start from Hotel Fountain on National Highway -8, near Versova bridge, in Mira Bhayender.