Mysore/Mysuru: A family of four, comprising husband, wife and two children, has gone missing since May 28 from city. Those missing are 34-year-old Sheik Jeshan, 25-year-old Hajira Bi, six-year-old Noor Afza and three-year-old Sheik Jeyan.
According to the complaint lodged by Jeshan’s mother-in-law Reshma Banu, when she returned home from Davangere at about 1 pm on May 28, she saw her daughter Hajira, son-in-law Jeshan and their two kids going in an autorickshaw, when she enquired, they said that they were going to the hospital at Hosakote and come back, but they did not return. When she called her daughter over the phone, the phone was switched off.
Jeshan is 5.8 ft. tall, oval faced, well built, wheatish complexioned, speaks Kannada and Urdu and was wearing an orange coloured shirt and blue pant. Hajira is 5.4 ft. tall, oval faced, normal built, oily red complexioned, speaks Kannada and Urdu and was wearing a black burka. Noor Afza is 3 ft. tall, oval faced, normal built, oily red complexioned, speaks Urdu and was wearing a jeans shirt and pant. Jeyan is 2.5 ft. tall, oval faced, normal built, oily red complexioned, speaks Urdu and was wearing a blue T-shirt and blue jeans pant at the time of going missing.
Those having any information about the missing family members may contact Udayagiri Police on Ph: 0821-2418309 or Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.