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Greater Noida: Police teams visit four districts in UP to trace missing CA student

Four police teams from Greater Noida have visited four districts to get clues into the disappearance of Shubham Maheshwari, missing since February 18

noida Updated: Mar 16, 2017 13:14 IST
Sohil Sehran
Shubham Maheshwari, went missing after he boarded a bus to his hometown Hathras from Anand Vihar in Delhi on February 18.
Shubham Maheshwari, went missing after he boarded a bus to his hometown Hathras from Anand Vihar in Delhi on February 18.

Four police teams from Greater Noida have visited four districts of the state to get some clues into the disappearance of a 23-year-old chartered accountancy student went missing on his way from Delhi to Hathras on February 18. The police personnel have also circulated ‘missing person’ posters at important locations in these four districts.

The CA student, Shubham Maheshwari, went missing after he boarded a bus to his hometown Hathras from Anand Vihar bus stop in Delhi at 6:50 am on February 18 . Up to Jewar, he spoke to his mother several times. The last conversation took place at 9:40am when he told her that the bus had stopped for refreshments.

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Following the case, four teams comprising 20 police personnel have visited Faizabad, Bulandshahr, Lucknow and Aligarh districts where they have provided details to local police stations. They have also pasted over 1, 000 ‘missing person’ posters at important locations such as railway stations, bus stands, hospitals and other public places.

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Meanwhile, two teams back in Greater Noida have also mounted technical surveillance. The overall operation is being supervised by Ajay Kumar Sharma, station house officer, Jewar police station.

“The police teams visited these districts as we are suspecting that he may have gone there or been taken there by someone. The operation will continue for another four days and four more districts will be covered. As of now, we have not received any clues, but we are hopeful someone could come forward in this case,” he said.