Housewife goes missing from city

Housewife goes missing from city

June 6, 2017

Mysuru: According to a missing complaint lodged by one Siddegowda at Saraswathipuram Police Station, his niece Vishalakshi (in pic.), 23, wife of Devaraju and a resident of Bogadi, has gone missing since Jan. 14.

According to Siddegowda, Vishalakshi was married 5 years ago and has a three-and-a-half year old son. As she was not keeping well, she had left her son at husband’s place and was staying at her maternal uncle’s house. On Jan. 14, when the family had been to Ganapati Temple in Bogadi, Vishalakshi who was waiting outside, had gone missing when the family members returned after the puja.

Vishalakshi had left the house twice before and had returned and hoping for her return, complaint was not lodged so far, says the complainant.

Vishalakshi is 5 ft. tall, normal built, wheatish complexion, speaks Kannada and was wearing yellow chudidar at the time of going missing. Those having any information about the missing woman may contact Ph: 0821-2418123/ 323 / 339.


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