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Karnataka: DSP goes missing with team in forests of Uttara Kannada

The officers had received an anonymous phone call was received through the satellite phone in Baare village near Kaiga. Soon after the call was received, Marihal and his team had gone to the forest for further investigations.

T Raghavan T Raghavan
New Delhi Published on: September 02, 2019 10:00 IST
Police team goes missing in Karnataka
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Karwar Deputy Superintendent of Police Shankar Marihal goes missing with team

A police officer and two officers went missing Sunday in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. The incident was reported while the police, along with the two officers had gone to a forest to trace the location of a phone call. 

According to the police, Karwar Deputy Superintendent of Police Shankar Marihal, along with two others have gone missing from Yellapur Taluk. 

The officers had received an anonymous phone call was received through the satellite phone in Baare village near Kaiga. 

Soon after the call was received, Marihal and his team had gone to the forest for further investigations.

Meanwhile, a team of police has been deployed to search for the missing team.

Phone connection with the police team could not be established as there is no mobile network in the forest area.

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