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Leopard steals 2-year-old boy from home in Kulgam, leaves behind half-eaten body

Suhail Khan

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Srinagar, June 16(KINS): A Leopard stole a two-year-old boy from his house in South Kashmir’s Kulgam on Monday and left behind his half eaten body in nearby forest this morning.

Reports reaching news agency KINS said panic gripped in South Kashmir’s Kulgam when a half-eaten body of a two-year-old kid who was stole by a leopard from his home, was recovered from a forest this morning.

A wildlife official told news agency, 2 year-old kid identified as Mohammad Sharif Dragad son of Abdul Latif was stole by a leopard on Monday, however after night-long search the half-eaten body was found in the nearby forest.

A police officer also confirmed to news agency KINS and said half-eaten body of a boy was recovered this morning by wildlife department in the forest, officer said a case has been registered and further investigation initiated.(KINS)

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