Karkala: Mentally ill youth goes missing, complaint filed

Daijiworld Media Network – Karkala (MS)

Karkala, Sep 21: A case is filed in Karkala police station of a mentally ill youth going missing.

Prasada (25), a resident of Pervaje Pattonjikatte of Kasaba village, is the youth who went missing from his home. According to the complaint filed by his mother Shobha, Prasada was mentally ill for the last four years and was under treatment.

On September 16, Prasad slept at home in the night after dinner. However, on the morning of September 17 he was not found in his room. Search for him at relatives and friends homes did not yield any result.

Prasada is five feet and seven inches tall, has wheat complexion, and was wearing sky blue shirt and black jeans pant. He is able to speak Kannada and Tulu.

Anyone who comes across Prasada is requested to contact Karkala city police station or any nearby police station.






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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, Sep 21 2023

    It is difficult such people to search.Someone may misunderstand him and can hit him .Hope he comes back or found soon.People at home should install some noice maker at the door ,for the night suppose he such persons go out and dont find the door .A alarm for home people.He must have not found entry or direction to come in ?Pray he may come back soon.

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