Student among three persons missing
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Student among three persons missing

July 10, 2019

Mysuru: In separate incidents, a 16-year-old boy and two youths have gone missing from Hebbal, Mysuru South and Vijayanagar Police limits in city.

In the first incident, 16-year-old R. Gagan, son of Raghavendra, who was advised by his parents to study well, has gone missing from his house at Hebbal 1st Stage. A 10th standard student at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (BVB) in Vijayanagar here, Gagan’s parents had attended the parents’ meeting at the School on July 6, during which they were informed that their son was                    not studious. 

After returning home, Gagan’s parents advised him to study well and depressed over this, Gagan took Rs.50 from his home and went out. He has been missing since then, according to the complaint lodged by his father Raghavendra with                                Hebbal Police.

Gagan is 6 ft. tall, oily red complexioned, thin built, oval faced, has scars of wounds on his left knee and chin and was wearing a sky blue colour full arm shirt and dark blue colour track pant at the time of going missing. 

Those having any information about Gagan, may contact Hebbal Police on Ph: 0821-2418318 or call Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.

In the second incident, 21-year-old Shankar, a resident of Dodda Kaanya village, Jayapura hobli, who left his house for construction work at Mysuru, has since gone missing, according to a complaint lodged by his father Shivanna with Mysuru South Police.

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Those having any information about Shankar may contact District Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2444955.

In the third case, a 26-year-old Shivaraj, has gone missing from his house at Chamundeshwari Nagar in Belavadi here, since Jan.12.

He is 5.6 ft. tall, oval faced, normal built, wheatish complexioned, speaks Kannada and was wearing a blue coloured T-shirt and blue jeans pant at the time of going missing.

Those having any information about Shivaraj, may contact Vijayanagar Police Station on Ph: 0821-2418117/ 317/ 517 or Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339, according to a press release.

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