JAMMU: On Sunday, Jammu Police asserted that they had solved the case of a man’s blind murder in an outlying city neighbourhood known as Bishnah. The gruesome murder case of Sunny Saansiya of Kothey Bulanday, Chorli, Bishnah, who was attacked by unidentified individuals on September 14 at his home and later died while being rushed to the hospital, has been solved, according to senior superintendent of police for Jammu Chandan Kohli. Four people have been arrested in connection with the case. According to the Jammu SSP, police teams were organised under the direction of Ramnish Gupta, SP Headquarters Jammu, and they were tasked with locating suspects after receiving leads and gathering technical evidence and human intelligence. “During prolonged questioning, one of the suspects, Sukhdev Singh alias Makhan of Bari Brahmana, District Samba, confessed to the crime and revealed the involvement of others who had helped with logistics, concealed the vehicles, sharp-edged weapons, and a pistol used in the offence. He said that after the crime was committed, the stolen vehicle was also found. He also claimed that the main suspect revealed the identities of his collaborators, and that after a day of raids at several locations, police were able to apprehend four suspects. Sukhdev Singh alias Makhan of Bari Brahmana, Samba, Dushyant Kumar of Palli, Sarpanch Yuvraj Singh of Kallana, Arnia, Jammu, and Nasir Khan of Badhar Khan, Bishnah, Jammu were the people who were detained. Notably, the car that had been abandoned at the scene of the crime and thrown into the canal was also found. According to them, an investigation into the matter is ongoing, and two additional people who are attempting to avoid arrest will likely be apprehended.