4 teenagers missing
The MYSTERIOUS disappearance of four teenage students?two girls and two boys?of SKD Academy in Talkatora has left the cops and their parents in a tizzy since November 16. The foursome was in school uniform and carrying merely Rs 300 with them.india Updated: Nov 19, 2006 00:26 IST
The MYSTERIOUS disappearance of four teenage students—two girls and two boys—of SKD Academy in Talkatora has left the cops and their parents in a tizzy since November 16. The foursome was in school uniform and carrying merely Rs 300 with them.
The teenagers were last seen leaving their bicycles, a motorcycle and their school bags at one of the house of one of their friends in the evening.
A case of missing was registered at the local police stations. Parents of all four teenagers were searching for their wards.
Sushil Chandra Tiwari of D-524, Rajajipuram Colony lodged the FIR stating that his daughter Akruti (15), a class X student and her classmates Nitin Butta (15) of 108/4, Model House and Shefali Srivastava (15) of Lakshman Vihar, Para locality and Abhishek Verma (16), a class XI student and resident of Rajajipuram Colony, were missing after leaving school around 3 pm.
Station officer (SO) Talkatora Ghulam Abbas saidall the students, after their school, had reached first to Abhishek’s friend Anupam Shukla’s house at Para.
They all planned going out to enjoy the evening and left their bags and bicycles and Abhishek’s mobike at another friend Pappu Verma’s house at Para locality.
As they got late moving outside Akruti refused to return home fearing her guardians’ fury .
Since Akruti was not interested in going home, others too decided to move away from the city. Abbas said Anupam Shukla, who did not accompany his friends, had narrated the sequence to the police.
Abhishek’s father Arvind Kumar Verma, who is an inspector with Food Cell of the UP Police, and other guardians had gone to Kanpur to search the teenagers.
First Published: Nov 19, 2006 00:26 IST