Youth goes missing from city

Youth goes missing from city

September 9, 2018

Mysuru:  A 28-year-old youth, who left his house on Sept.7 at about 4.30 pm on his bike, has gone missing since then.

According to the missing complaint lodged at Nazarbad Police Station, the youth is identified as M. Arun Kumar of Raghavendra Layout who had left his house on his Bajaj CT 100 bike (KA-11 Q-3794). Arun, who was upset had sent a message to his mother’s cell phone at about 6.30 pm and the family members who were shocked after reading the message, had searched for Arun at places known to them and places frequented by Arun but in vain and finally lodged a missing complaint.

Arun is 4 ft. tall, well-built, oily red complexioned, oval faced, speaks Kannada, Hindi and Tamil and was wearing a white coloured stripe shirt and black pant. He has a tattoo on his right hand. Those having any information about the missing youth, may contact Nazarbad Police Station on Ph: 0821-2418308/508 or Control Room on Ph: 0821-2418339.


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