Septuagenarian goes missing from city

Septuagenarian goes missing from city

September 15, 2017

Mysuru: A 75-year-old woman, who left the house on Sept. 4 at about 9.30am, saying that she was going to a shop nearby,  has since gone missing.

The missing woman has been identified as Jayalakshmamma, wife of late Ramaiah and a resident of Manjunathapura, Gokulam 4th Stage in city.

Jayalakshmamma is 5.3 ft. tall, wheatish complexioned, round faced, has a tattoo on her left hand, speaks Kannada and Telugu and was wearing a red colour floral design saree and a red blouse at the time of going missing.

Those having any information about the missing person may contact V.V. Puram Police Station on Ph: 0821-2418314, 2418114 or Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339/340.


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