California: Kidnapped Indian-American tech millionaire found dead in a car



WASHINGTON: A tech executive of Indian-origin was kidnapped from his home on the Pacific Ocean front in California on Tuesday and was found dead hours later in a case that has shocked the tech world and the Indian-American community.


Tushar Atre, 50, CEO of a digital marketing firm called AtreNet Inc., was taken from his ocean-front home at 3 am, bundled into white BMW belonging to a female friend, and driven away, according to the Santa Cruz police who responded to a 911 call from the property.

现年50岁的图沙尔·阿特雷是一家名为AtreNet Inc.的数字营销公司CEO。圣克鲁兹警方在接到该公司的911报警电话后表示,阿特雷于凌晨3点被人从海景房中带走,塞进其女性朋友的白色宝马车里,然后被带走。

Police immediately put out a look out notice but announced a few hours later that a car and a body, believed to be his, was found some 14 miles from his home, which is an hour south of Silicon Valley.


“We have some unfortunate news. We have found the car associated with this case along with a deceased person,” authorities said in a post, later identifying the body as that of Atre. The cause of death has not been ascertained as yet.


A graduate of New York University, Atre, according to his social media profile, studied literature but gravitated to the tech world, starting his career in a Silicon Valley company in the 1990s. He founded his own company focusing on web designs for other businesses, and according to postings online by his friends and critics, he was a hard-working and driven executive who had his share of critics and enemies.


Atre’s social media profile depicted an adventurous life of a “Surfer. Mushroom forager. Always on the go.” According to some accounts, he started a marijuana or cannabis enterprise a year ago, and one acquaintance told a local tv station that he may have been unfamiliar with the rules of the business.


Authorities said Atre was taken away from his home by more than one person and they were investigating all aspects of his life.



译文来源:三泰虎 http://www.santaihu.com/48551.html


Top Comment

Some techie in US dies and this happens to be headline news here in India, grow up guys the police in US will take care of such things why are we jumping so much just because he happens to be of Indi...




You reap what you sow. True.



T Man - 1 day ago -Follow

America is much safer than Kerala.



Sangram Singh - New Delhi - 1 day ago -Follow

Going by the reviews of his employees, seems like the man was a tyrant. Plus the marijuana angle sent him to destination fuckkedd.



Sanjeev Sharma - El Segundo, California - 1 day ago -Follow

For those who hate NRI''s, last year NRI''s remitted some 80 Billion dollars to India.



Anmol Apte - Mumbai - 1 day ago

Such CEOs better killed.These are the true spammers of Silicon valley of US and many such cheap executives mostly from India.He deserved to be killed.RIP you are not earthly material who can make money on the cost of others pain.I''m happy such CEO was killed.one less burden from the stressful society.



Rickshaw Driver - 1 day ago -Follow

He sold Marijuana, made some gangs angry, and was beaten to death. Bhakt Cheutiyas will follow him shortly.



T Man - 1 day ago -Follow

Tushar Atre was an immoral dirty man. He abandoned his mother and motherland. He never married and settled.



转载请注明出处!:首页 > 网贴翻译 > 印度 » 印媒:硅谷印度裔百万富翁遭绑架,陈尸车内