Mangaluru: 34-year-old man goes missing, complaint filed


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Nov 28: A person who had arrived from Katipalla to the house of his wife at Kotekar, Ajjinadka by an auto is reported missing. A missing person’s complaint in this connection is registered at Ullal police station.

The missing person is said to be Katipalla resident Rajesh (34). He had brought his son from Katipalla to the house of his wife. He has gone missing from there without returning to Katipalla.

The auto-rickshaw of Rajesh was found on empty land near the railway track on the way to Uchila Kote temple. But Rajesh was not found. His wife has lodged the police complaint over his disappearance.

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Looks suspicious.He brought son from katipalla to his wife s house.what does it mean ?Living seperate?And wife dont know where he wanted to go?looks like some intrigue.Hope he is not fallen in the hands of wrong ones.Pray he is safe and return back soon

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