Three days have elapsed since the recovery of three bullet-hit bodies in Munshiganj, but the motives behind the murders still remain a mystery with police making no headway into the investigations.
Bodies of Md Ibrahim, 20, and Abdul Kuddus, 42, were found in Sirajdikhan while 32-year-old Rari Masud's body was recovered from Srinagar on Thursday.
On completion of autopsy, police yesterday handed over the bodies to the victims' families for burial.
Three cases were filed with Sirajdikhan and Srinagar police stations in this connection.
Contacted, Munshiganj Superintendent of Police Shahabuddin Khan said several teams were investigating into the murders.
They were looking at whether the crimes were committed due to personal enmity or anything else, he added.
Also on Thursday, the husband of a housewife fled leaving her dead at a Munshiganj hospital.
The deceased is Shirin Akhter, 20, wife of Nur Alam of Sharisabon village in Tongibari.
Police said although Shirin was taken to the hospital in the morning, her husband fled when the doctors declared her dead.
An autopsy was carried out on her body at Munshiganj General Hospital on Thursday, but police were yet receive the report.
Besides, Sirajdikhan police on Thursday recovered the body of 35-year-old Al Amin. His body was hanging from a litchi tree at Shialdi village in the upazila.
Family sources said he committed suicide out of anger with his father.