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10 December 2017, 02:09 | Bernice Figueroa
Noida double murder: 15-year-old used scissors, pizza cutter and bat to kill mother, sister
On the night of December 4, the boy first hit his mother with a cricket bat while she was asleep and later used scissors and a pizza cutter to kill her.
A video game involving violence may have influenced 16-year-old Greater Noida boy to brutally kill his mother (42) and sister (9), police officials said. Noida police sources informed India Today that the minor had called his father on Friday morning from an unknown numbe. after which the father immediately informed the police. The boy was missing since the incident. The boy's family members had earlier appealed to him to return and had said that he can not kill anyone.
"The boy claimed his mother beat him up when he refused to move to the table to study. He said his mother had scolded him on December 4 afternoon for studying on the sofa", Love Kumar, Gautam Budh Nagar senior superintendent of police, was quoted as saying to Hindustan Times.
Police said after killing the two the boy allegedly changed his blood-stained clothes, leaving them on the spot and left the place after taking the available cash in the house.
According to the reports, that the minor had taken a train to reach Varanasi on his own. The postmortem report has revealed multiple wounds on the faces and heads of accused's mother and sister.
The boy was angry with his mother as she used to scold him for studies, said the statement, adding his mother scolded him on the day of the incident too.
Post-mortem examinations of the two bodies have revealed Anjali had seven injury marks on her head, while her daughter, Kanika, had five injury marks on her head.
He then returned back to Chandigarh and from there he traveled to Varanasi where he was apprehended by the police. "The boy was frequently scolded and beaten by mother Anjali over his studies". The game was found on other similar electronic devices in the house.
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