Brothers go missing

Brothers go missing

May 6, 2022

Mysuru: Two brothers who left their house on Apr. 29, have since gone missing.

The missing boys are B. Praveen, a 7th standard student and B. Naveen, a 4th standard student, children of Rajamma, wife of Basavanayaka and residents of Vijayashreepura near Rajarajeshwari Temple in city.

Praveen is 12-years-old, 4 ft. tall, oval faced, oily red complexioned, normal built, has a scar on the left side of his chin, speaks Kannada and was wearing a grey coloured stripes shirt and blue shorts.

Naveen is 9-year-old, 3.9 ft. tall, round faced, oily red complexioned, normal built, speaks Kannada and was wearing a red coloured T-Shirt and red pant at the time of going missing.

Those having any information about the missing boys may contact Jayalakshmipuram Police Station on Ph: 0821-2418316 or call Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.


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