NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police have not found any clues about the person who planted the bomb from the two CCTV cameras installed at the gates of the Ghazipur fruit market, since a supporting pillar on the main gate obstructs the view of the spot where the IED was placed on January 14, officials aware of the ongoing investigation said on Thursday.
The investigators, however, pointed out that the pillar was the only reason why they could not get any clues. “But, even if the pillar was not there, it is possible the camera may have not captured the suspect because it is placed in such a way that only the registration number of vehicles are seen once they enter the gate," said a police officer, who asked not to be named.
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