Teenager goes missing

Teenager goes missing

June 7, 2017

Mysuru: Amrutha, a student of JSS College in city, who was staying at her maternal uncle’s house in K.G. Koppal on holiday, has been reported missing from May 24.

According to a complaint lodged by her uncle Raju, who is an auto driver by profession, at Saraswathipuram Police Station, Amrutha, who left the house on May 24 saying that she was going to visit one of her friends’ place, has since gone missing.

The 19-year-old is 5 ft. tall, normal built, wheatish complexion and speaks Kannada language. She was wearing yellow colour T-shirt and black pant at the time of going missing. Those having any information about the missing girl may contact Ph: 0821-2418123/ 323 / 339.


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