Mother, daughter go missing

Mother, daughter go missing

June 8, 2019

Mysuru: Adding to the long list of persons going missing, a 30-year-old woman and her four-and-a-half-year-old daughter have gone missing from Hebbal Police Station limits.

Rukmini, 30, who was serving as a teacher at RBI school, has gone missing along with her daughter Samruddhi, from their residence near Sankranthi Circle in Hebbal since June 6, according to a complaint lodged by Rukmini’s husband at Hebbal Police Station.

Rukmini is 5.5 ft tall, wheatish in complexion, lean built, oval faced and speaks Kannada and English, while her daughter Samruddhi is 2.6 ft in height, wheatish in complexion, round faced, sturdily built and speaks Kannada and English.

Those coming across any clues about the missing Rukmini and Samruddhi can contact Hebbal Police Station pn Ph: 0821-2418318 or call Control Room on Ph:  2418339.


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