Two missing from Mysuru, Mandya

Two missing from Mysuru, Mandya

February 24, 2024

Mysore/Mysuru: In separate cases, two persons have been reported missing from Mysuru and Mandya.

In the first case, 45-year-old Manthena Anuradha, a native of Andhra Pradesh, who was residing at Bogadi, has gone missing since Feb. 22 morning, according to the complaint lodged by her husband M. Shivaramakrishna Raju at Saraswathipuram Police Station.

Those having any information about the missing woman may contact Ph: 0821-2418123 or Mob: 94808-02246.

In the second case, 68-year-old S.L. Puttaswamy has gone missing since Feb. 17 from Sindaghatta village, K.R. Pet taluk of Mandya district.

He is 5.5 ft. tall, oval faced, sports white beard and moustache, wheatish complexioned, thin built, has a lump below his left ear, speaks Kannada and was wearing a white full arm shirt and white dhoti at the time of going missing. Those with information about Puttaswamy may contact Mysuru Railway Police Station on Ph: 0821-2516579 or Call Railway Police Control Room on Ph: 080-22871291.


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