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Mangaluru: Pregnant woman goes missing, case registered at Ullal police station


Team Udayavani, Mar 4, 2021, 10:30 AM IST

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Mangaluru: A pregnant woman has gone missing under mysterious circumstances at  Kallapu under Ullal police station limits on March 2.

The missing person has been identified as Hinaz (25), hailing from Ombattukere, Someshwar, wife of Ibrahim.

Hinaz had returned to her hometown after staying with her husband abroad.

As per reports, Hinaz left home at about 12pm on March 2 to the orphanage-cum-school located at Kallapu inner road to donate money in order to fulfill a vow. She traveled by the bus from Ombattukere and alighted the bus at Kallapu, from there she took an auto-rickshaw, after which she went missing.

Hinaz has a year-old child and is pregnant. She was in possession of Rs 7,000 cash and was wearing gold ornaments.

On the basis of the complaint from her husband Ibrahim, a missing person’s case has been registered at Ullal police station.

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