The murder of a woman in Noida was captured by a CCTV camera. Photo: iStock

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A 23-year-old woman was shot dead at Shatabdi Rail Vihar, a residential society in Sector 62 of Noida, early on Wednesday.

Anjali Rathour, an engineer who was working as a trainee with the mobile manufacturer Lava, was found with multiple bullet wounds.

CCTV footage from the apartment building shows a man chasing the young woman and firing several shots. She was shot in the head at 6.34 am.

According to reports, the CCTV camera installed near the elevators captured the crime but the man has not been identified.

Rathour was taken to a nearby hospital and declared dead on arrival.

Rathour’s parents, who are from Haryana, said they believed she was killed by someone she knew.

Police Superintendent Arun Singh was quoted as saying: “The man who shot her hasn’t been identified. How she received the bullet has been recorded. We are probing the matter from all angles.”

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