Bengaluru boy goes missing in city

Bengaluru boy goes missing in city

June 16, 2017

Mysuru: An 18-year-old boy from Bengaluru, who had come to visit his grandmother in city and left her place at about 9.45 am on June 1 saying that he was going back to Bengaluru, has since gone missing from Udayagiri Police Station limits here.

The missing boy, identified as Santosh, a resident of Mukkodlu village on Kanakapura Main Road in Bengaluru, who is pursuing his 2nd PUC course is 5.5 ft. tall, oval faced, wheatish complexioned, normal built, speaks Kannada and was wearing a grey coloured full arm T Shirt and a blue coloured pant at the time of going missing.

Those having any information about Santosh may contact Udayagiri Police Station on Ph: 0821-2418309 or contact Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.


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