Three persons go missing from city

Three persons go missing from city

Mysuru: In separate incidents, two persons have been reported missing from V.V. Puram Police limits in city.

In the first incident, 33-year-old B. Harish, who left his house on June 13 at about 7.30 pm saying that he was going to Gokulam, has since gone missing.

Harish is 5.4 ft. tall, fair complexioned, muscular built, has curly hair, speaks Kannada and was wearing a grey coloured checks T-shirt and green colour jeans pant at the time of going missing.

In the second incident, 21-year-old S. Supriya, who left her house on June 14 at about 11 am along with her belongings, has since gone missing.

Supriya is 4 ft. tall, fair complexioned, oval faced, normal built, sports curly black hair, speaks Kannada and was wearing a blue coloured chudidhar at the time of going missing.

Those having any information about the above missing persons may contact V.V. Puram Police on Ph: 0821-2418314 or Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.

In another incident, a 21-year-old woman has gone missing from Hebbal since June 12.

Nischita Urs, who went out of the house on the night of June 12, even as she was talking over her cell phone, has not returned to the house since then, according to a complaint lodged by her father at Hebbal Police Station on June 14. Nischita is 5.5 ft. tall, wheatish complexioned, round faced and is medium built. She speaks Kannada.

Anyone coming across any clues about her presence or location, can call Ph: 0821-2418318/ 2418339 or e-mail to [email protected]

June 17, 2018

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