Woman goes missing

Woman goes missing

February 26, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: A 30-year-old mentally challenged woman, who left her house on Feb. 18 at about 10 am, has since gone missing. The missing woman is Nagarathna, a resident of Doddakaanya village in the taluk.

She is 5 ft. tall, oily red complexioned, normal built, round faced, speaks Kannada and was wearing a pink colour chudidhar at the time of going missing. Those having any information about the missing person, may contact Mysuru South Police Station on Ph: 0821-2444955 or Mob: 94808-05045, according to a press release from the Sub-Inspector, Mysuru South Police Station.


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