Missing boys traced in Chennai

Missing boys traced in Chennai

October 11, 2017

Mysuru: Three boys, who had gone missing after they went cycling on Sunday, have been traced in Chennai yesterday morning. The boys, identified as Likith Kumar, 14, Abhishek, 13 and Chandan, 12, residents of Rajendranagar in city, went cycling on Sunday morning and were missing since then following which the family members had lodged a missing complaint with N.R. Police.

Yesterday morning, one of the missing boys called his father through a public phone and informed him that he, along with others, was in Chennai Railway Station. The father of the boy immediately informed N.R. Inspector Ashok Kumar, who in-turn informed the Railway Police in Chennai besides sending the photographs of the missing boys with a request to rescue them. Meanwhile, Inspector Ashok Kumar, speaking to SOM said that the parents of the missing boys along with Police personnel left for Chennai.


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