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Infant abducted from Kolar hospital


Team Udayavani, Jul 12, 2018, 12:46 PM IST

Kolar: A new born infant has been kidnapped from Sri Narasimha Raja District Hospital here on Wednesday. 

Venukumari, a resident of Ommsandra in Mulbagal taluk, was admitted to the Kolar district hospital. She gave birth to a baby girl at 8 a.m. on Tuesday. But the baby went missing from the ward. The incident came to light on Wednesday.

Venukumari’s husband Narayanaswamy filed a complaint with Town Police saying that the kidnappers abducted the infant when every one was asleep. 

Police went to the hospital and the search for the kidnappers is on.

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