M’luru: Four missing children from Bengaluru found


Team Udayavani, Oct 12, 2021, 9:45 AM IST

Mangaluru: Four missing children who went missing from Crystal Apartment in Bengaluru have been found in Mangaluru.

The Pandeshwar police have identified them to be Amritvarshini (21), and  12-year-old children Bhumi, Chetan, and Rayan.

The police sources said that a few rickshaw drivers noticed the children roaming near KMC Hospital in the city and informed the police about it.

The four had gone missing from their homes two days ago. The Bengaluru police had formed a special team to investigate the matter and were on the lookout for the children.

 

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