Beltangady: Foreign returnee goes missing


Team Udayavani, Aug 30, 2021, 11:14 AM IST

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Beltangady: A 39-Year-od woman who returned from abroad recently went missing from home on August 27 along with Rs 95,000 in cash and gold ornaments.

The missing person is Rajee Raghavan (39), wife of Chidananda from Neriya village.

Rajee was working in a foreign country. On July 11, she had returned from abroad and visited her husband’s home at Nayikatte, Neriya. On August 26, she had slept beside her daughter, next morning, it was found that she had become untraceable.

The couple has two children.

A complaint about the lady going missing with cash and jewellery has been filed at Dharmasthala police station on the basis of complaint filed by the lady’s husband.

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