Youth Kidnap:Ransom letter to parents arrives through bus

Youth Kidnap:Ransom letter to parents arrives through bus

On Saturday, kidnappers called the parents of Sudeendhra using the latter’s mobile. Having given the registration number of a KSRTC bus, they had asked the parents receive a letter from the bus driver.

Later, the bus driver Dhanraj driving a bus belonging to the Madikeri Depot called the parents and handed over the letter to them at the Hunsur Bus Stand. In the letter, they have demanded Sudeendhra’s parents to pay ransom to secure the release of their son. According to police sources, Sudeendhra has written, “They are torturing me, please pay them up”.

Police have said that information has been reached across the State and the kidnappers will be nabbed soon.

Homemaker missing

A home maker, Ayesha Banu, wife of Sayyed Zabi has gone missing from their house since May 14. Ayesha, who was originally K Poojakumari, changed her name and converted to Islam after she fell in love with Zabi.

They both are said to be married since October 10, 2010 and were living with his parents. Ayesha had recently asked her husband to set up a separate house for her. Following this, the 19-year-old, who stands 4.5 ft tall and with fair complexion, left her husband’s house and has not returned so far. She was last seen dressed in green and yellow coloured chudidhar, and can speak Kannada, Tamil and English. Any information regarding her can be passed on to 2418319/519.  

Student missing

Sameer, son of Mohammed Jafar, an ITI student at MESCO college has gone missing from his house since May 21. The 16-year-old stands 5.5 ft tall, thin built with fair complexion, is said to have left his house on the pretext of attending classes. He can converse in Kannada, English, and Urdu languages. Information, if any, can be passed on to N R Police at 2418112/312.

Cop’s house burgled

District Crime Report Bureau Chief Constable Subramani’s house has been burgled and the miscreants have made away with a booty worth Rs 25,000. The incident has occurred at Rajivnagar in the city on June 8, when the family travelled out of town to attend their relative’s wedding.

The robbers, who have gained entry into the house, have taken away silver articles weighing 1400 gm and gold articles worth eight gm.

Dog squad and forensic experts visited the place. Udayagiri police have registered a case and investigations are on.

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