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Sopore missing boy traced in Jammu

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Srinagar, March 18: Police on Monday said that missing Sopore youth has been located in Jammu city this afternoon, and efforts are on to take him back home.

Station House officer Sopore Azim Khan said that missing Sopore youth has been located. He said that the boy had reached Jammu first through Train and then four wheeler Tempo on Sunday evening. The Officer said that boy is not carrying Cell phone due to which we are not able to get connected with him easily, he however said that our efforts are on to take him back home at earliest.

Earlier this morning a Hatlangoo Sopore family registered missing report at Police station Sopore with regard that their son
Danish Bashir Khan (13) had left home on Sunday morning after he told them he had to go for Tution in Sopore but did not returned.

In this regard family had already issued number for general public to trace their missing son, he said.

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