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Bantwal: Youth goes missing, bike found abandoned near Nethravathi bridge


Team Udayavani, Jul 30, 2021, 12:06 PM IST

Bantwal: A 29-year-old youth hailing from Bengaluru has gone missing from Nethravathi bridge at Panemangaluru in Bantwal taluk.

The man identified as Satyavelyu (29), a resident of Dasarahalli, Bengaluru was working at a private company in Bengaluru.

It is said that Satyavelyu had attempted to jump off the bridge 15 days ago. However, he was rescued by some locals.

On Wednesday, his motorbike was found abandoned on the Netravati bridge and locals alerted the police. A missing complaint has been registered in Bengaluru and the bike was taken to the station.

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