KARACHI - Police Wednesday took DNA samples after exhuming the body of Karachi Broast owner. He was killed after being kidnapped on July 3. Deceased Sheikh Mohammad Mansoor aged almost 50 was the resident of North Karachi. He was missing since July 3, when he was on the way home from his shop situated at Boat Basin. He was also senior member of the Boat Basin shopkeepers association, investigating DSP Amir Hameed told this scribe. Anti-Violent Crime Unit (AVCU) has arrested four including two women who confessed the crime after initial interrogation. The accused are Mohsin Raza, Adnan Haider, Nazia and Shazia. Police sources said that at the time of the incident, the said women stood at Khalid Bin Waleed Road pretending that their vehicle had been broken down. They admitted during interrogation that they signalled the deceased for help. "On which, Mansoor stopped his car and tried to help us but the car would not start", they added. Then the women asked him to drop them at their house in Liaquatabad, where they offered him a cup of tea for cooperation. "As he was taking tea their accomplices, the said men came and had a row with the deceased. They snatched his money, mobile phone and other valuables from his possession and opened gunfire on him", the women told the police. "We did not want to kill him but we were trying to create fear but mistakenly a bullet hit him and he was dead," said the arrested men. The body kept lying for two days into the house then they chopped the body into pieces and packed in a sack and then dump into garbage near at Rizvia Imambargah.  The body was later found out by the Rizvia Police and was buried at Edhi graveyard, Mochko. "The samples for DNA test has been taken under the supervision of judicial magistrate and other concerned. Now we are waiting for the DNA report through which the identification of the missing person would be established," said DSP.