Bantwal: Woman loses gold chain in auto


Team Udayavani, Oct 13, 2022, 4:15 PM IST

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Bantwal: A woman lost her gold chain while she was traveling back home after work in an auto-rickshaw.

Meenakshi Bhandaribettu was wearing a 4-pawan gold chain when she got into the service rikshaw, but when she got down she noticed that she lost her chain.

She immediately followed the rikshaw and looked for the chain but could not find it. Three other unidentified women who were traveling with her are now being suspected.

Meanwhile, the rikshaw driver informed that the three women enquired about the bus to Kaikamba from the Bypass.

Local police have registered a case in this regard.

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