Karkala: No trace yet of missing woman, her kids


Team Udayavani, Dec 30, 2021, 9:44 AM IST

 

Karkala: A 32-year-old woman and her two children have gone missing in Karkala Taluk here.

A missing complaint was registered by her husband Tippesha Fakirappa Valmiki (33), a native of Sirsi at Karkala rural police station.

The complainant was residing at a rented house at Karkala with his wife, Ratna and children — Kailash Kumar (10) and Namita (5).

The trio reportedly went missing on December 24 evening and a search for them did not yield any results. Tippesha also inquired with family and relatives in Sirsi to check whether they had gone there.

Their whereabouts have not been found yet.

Police are investigating the case.

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