Mananthavadi: A car caught fire in the vicinity of a rubber plantation near Father GKMGHS, Kaniyaram, Mananthavadi. A burnt body was also found inside the car. The incident happened on Monday afternoon. The car number KL58M9451 was destroyed by fire. Mathew, the owner of Maharani Textiles, Kannur Kelakam, died. As the body was completely burnt, the person could not be identified at first. Then the man was identified based on the car number.
Based on the CCTV footage and examination of the necklace and ring found on the dead body, it is confirmed that Mathew is dead. Based on circumstantial evidence, the preliminary conclusion is suicide. The car was first seen burning by the workers who had come for construction work as part of the district arts festival to be held at Kaniyaram school from tomorrow. But the fire was raging and could not be extinguished. Based on the information, by the time the fire force and the police arrived from Mananthavadi and extinguished the fire, the car was completely burnt. It was only after the fire was put out that there was a person in the car. Mananthavadi police have reached the spot and are taking further action.
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