Mangaluru: Teenager goes missing, complaint filed

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Sep 19: A case is filed in Mulky police station of a teenager going missing from home.

Sumant (17), a resident of Tokuru village of Haleangadi is the boy who went out of the house saying that he is going to his maternal uncle’s house at Udyavar and did not return.

Sumant went to Koragrapadi in Udyavar for the funeral rites of his uncle on September 13. He returned on September 15 and said that he will go again to uncle’s house. However, his mobile phone went on switched off mode after he left the house.

Sumant speaks Kannada and Tulu languages. He wore white shirt with full sleeves and light blue jeans pant when he left home before going missing. Anyone who comes across Sumant is requested to inform Mulky police station.




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