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Missing two-year-old child found dead in Kubja River


Team Udayavani, Jul 12, 2019, 1:19 PM IST

Kundapur: The two-year-old girl child who was abducted by two men, when she sleeping beside her mother has been found dead in Kubja river, a kilometre and half away from her home, on Friday, July 12.

The shocking incident took place at 4 am on Thursday, July 11 at the Edamoge village of the taluk. The victim child was the daughter of Kumti Beru Santhosha Naika, a resident of the extremely remote village of Edamoge.

the kidnappers had gained access into the house through the left door at 4am in the morning and and abducted the child sleeping beside her mother on the mat on the ground. A slight movement of the kidnappers had woken the mother who ran behind them begging them to give her child back. However, both the masked kidnappers jumped into the nearby river Kubja and swam across it with the child and escaped towards Hosangadi.

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