A 33-year-old tech business entrepreneur was found beheaded and dismembered in his Manhattan loft on Tuesday, police sources announced.
Police distinguished the victim as Fahim Saleh on Wednesday and said the passing was considered murder. No captures have been made and the examination stays continuous.
Saleh helped to establish Pathao, a ride-share application that is famous in Bangladesh. More recently, he was the CEO of Gokada, a motorcycle ride-sharing, and delivery based Nigeria, which has confronted money related misfortunes and as of late laid off the greater part of its staff.
As indicated by surveillance video from Monday, Saleh was seen around 1:40 p.m. being followed into his apartment elevator by a man wearing a suit, gloves, cap, and veil and carrying a briefcase. At the point when the elevator shows up at the seventh floor, which opened directly into Saleh's loft, he falls promptly, the obvious aftereffect of an assault.
Saleh's body was discovered Tuesday evening by his sister who was worried after she had not gotten notification from him for a day. She can be found in the footage entering the structure, yet the speculated executioner isn't seen leaving, driving law requirement to accept she may have interfered with the demonstration of dismembering, police sources said. There is a subsequent way out of the apartment, through an assistance entrance, as indicated by the sources.
He was articulated dead by specialists on call on the scene Tuesday evening.