Unidentified bodies found
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Unidentified bodies found

November 9, 2023

Mysore/Mysuru: In separate cases, Mysuru Railway Police and Krishnaraja (KR)  Police have found bodies of unidentified persons in their respective jurisdictions and have registered cases.

In the first case, a body of an unidentified man, aged between 55 and 60 years, who was run over by a moving train, was found between Maddur and Hanakere Railway Stations. The Railway Police have shifted the body to Mandya District  Hospital mortuary.

The deceased is 5.5 ft. tall, oily red complexioned, oval faced, normal built and was wearing a sky blue coloured half arm shirt, blue and red checks dhoti and a grey and red coloured jerkin.

In the second case, the Railway Police found a body of an unidentified man, who was caught under the moving train near Maddur Railway Station and have shifted the body to Mandya District Hospital mortuary.

The deceased is aged about 40 years, 5.8 ft. tall, wheatish complexioned, well-built, has the initials ‘JS’ tattooed on his right arm and was wearing a blue and purple striped full arm shirt and navy blue pant.

The kith and kin of the deceased persons, if any, may contact Mysuru Railway Police Station on Ph: 0821-2516579.

In the third case, KR Police, on Nov. 4, found an unidentified man lying sick near Jodi Arali Mara at Hosabandikeri in K.R. Mohalla and shifted him to K.R. Hospital where he breathed his last on Nov. 5 at about 10.40 am.

The deceased is aged about 40 years, 5.5 ft. tall, normal built, oval faced, oily red complexioned, has the name ‘Vishnu’ tattooed on his left hand and was wearing a white, blue and black coloured checks full arm shirt and light blue coloured jeans pant.

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The kith and kin of the deceased, if any, may contact KR Police Station on Ph: 0821-2418319/ 519 or Police Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.

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