Mangaluru: Differently-abled youth goes missing, complaint filed

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Jun 10: A youth, who went out of the house saying that he will go to a medical shop to buy medicine for toothache, never returned home. A complaint in this regard was filed by his father in Bajpe police station.

Muzamil (30), son of Badruddin, resident of Yedapadavu, is the missing youth. Muzmil has an abnormality of mind which he developed six to seven years ago due to a certain illness.

On May 21, around 12.30 pm, he left the house for a medical shop but did not return.

Muzamil is 168 cm tall, normal black hair on head, medium built and round faced. He is able to speak Hindi, Kannada, and Tulu. When he was last seen he wore white half sleeves shirt and blue jeans trousers.

Anyone who comes across Muzammil are requested to contact Bajpe police station or police control room.





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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Jun 10 2023

    Very bad.One shouldnt allow such sick people to go alone.Better one must go with them.Noone knows if any accidents happen or mislead the road ,or somebody also steal their money mislead too.Be careful in future.Hope he comes back or someone found and inform Police.Even Police also sometimes without knowing their mindset ,might beat them .

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sat, Jun 10 2023

    Hope, he might have gotten disoriented due to his mental health issues; he will be found soon moving aimlessly in some public place!

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sat, Jun 10 2023

    order CID investigation by karu nadu....must have been taken by the right wing extremists..cannot say dk mein kuch bhi ho sakta hai....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sat, Jun 10 2023

    We can only offer Sympathy ...

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