Two runaway siblings from Repalle in Andhra Pradesh traced in Jharkhand
Two siblings who went lacking from Repalle in Bapatla district on October 29 had been traced in Jharkhand.
The police handed over the youngsters to their dad and mom on Wednesday.
Bapatla Superintendent of Police Vakul Jindal complimented DSP A. Srinivasa Rao, Repalle City CI S. Vijaya Chandra and SI Sk. Abdul Razzak for fixing the case.
The complainant, Md. Nizh Alam, a employee at an ice manufacturing facility, stays at Repalle alongside together with his spouse and two youngsters. He hails from Ghari village of Godda district in Jharkhand.
On October 29, as his youngsters went lacking, Mr. Alam lodged a criticism with the police. Throughout investigation, it was discovered that the youngsters had gone to Vijayawada after which to Eluru, from the place they went to Jharkhand.
“The police staff rescued the siblings from Jharkhand and handed them over to their dad and mom,” Mr. Vakul mentioned.
“Particular groups had been constituted to hint the youngsters. We noticed the CCTV footages and questioned folks on the bus and railway stations. Throughout enquiry, we got here to know that the 2 youngsters boarded a practice at Eluru,” the SP mentioned.