Panemangalore: Woman goes missing from Netravati bridge, suicide suspected


Team Udayavani, Jul 11, 2020, 11:44 AM IST

Bantwal: There is suspicion that a woman would have jumped into River Netravati from the newly built Panemangalore bridge on Saturday, July 11.

The woman in question is the resident of Sajipa Muda village, she was suffering from health ailments and this may be the reason for committing suicide, informed sources.

As per sources, the woman after having dinner yesterday went to her room, today when the family member went to call her she was missing, therefore the family suspected that she might have committed suicide.

Bantwaol Town police have registered a case with this regard and search operation is on.

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