Kasargod: 60-year-old goes missing mysteriously, complaint filed

Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (EP)

Kasargod, Feb 3: A 60-year-old man, identified as Dharmathadka resident John D'Souza, has been reported missing. His mobile phone and scooter were discovered abandoned at Ambar, near Naya Bazar.

According to the police complaint, John had mentioned that he would be heading to Permude on Thursday but never returned. Concerned about his absence, his wife made several calls to his phone throughout the night, receiving no response. As he remained untraceable even after searching various locations, a missing person's complaint was filed at Manjeshwar police station.

The discovery of his bike and mobile phone at Ambar, Uppala, during the ongoing investigation has added a mysterious element to the case.

The police have taken possession of his scooter key, mobile phone, and the scooter itself. Police are also going through the calls records of the mobile phone.






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  • manoj, mangalore

    Tue, Feb 06 2024

    There is a fresh news that, this man came back to home.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Feb 04 2024

    Sad to know he is gone missing.Is it mid life crisis?Want to simply see what is other side of see?May be want to take a wandering without any responsibility and take a long walk?If so he would take the key of motor cycle.Hope he is not fallen in the hands of robbers.Pray come back safe .

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai -Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 04 2024

    Many small to medium time businesses are running heavy losses; STOCK MARKETS HAVE RISEN VERY VERY SHARPLY WITHOUT ANY VALID REASON; MOST STOCKS SHOOTING UP ARE FROM THE PENNY STOCKS CATEGORY; EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TREND FOR THE GULLIBLE INVESTORS......situation at the ground level is very uneasy; this is my generic opinion based on my observation and perception and not in any way related to the subject news! PLEASE MAKE YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND ANALYSE!😔🙏

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  • Ganesha Rao, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 04 2024

    Alcohol, should be banned. Alcoholics should be deported to SRILANKA.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Feb 04 2024

    if the same is implemented nearly 50 percent of majority community have to go to sri lanka...

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  • John Tauro, M'lore

    Sun, Feb 04 2024

    How do you conclude whether he is an alcoholic or drug addict? Yes, alcohol is damn cheaper in Sri Lanka. And drug addicts should be sent to Pakistan or Iran.

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  • Manoj, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 04 2024

    Let's start from you. Because your comment not suits to this newss.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, Feb 04 2024

    We pray for his safe return ...

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