Three missing girls ran away from school traced after 20 days to Chennai, Reunited safely to family by Pulakeshinagar police

Pramesh S Jain 

The Pulakeshinagar police on Monday traced the three school girls who ran away from school a 20 days ago and landed in the outskirts of Chennai on September 6.

The trio aged 15 and 16 had borrowed Rs.30,000 from friends and boarded a bus to Chennai where they landed in the outskirts .

An autorickshaw driver found them moving aimlessly and inquired for which they said that they have no family .

The driver gave them shelter and later joined a bag stitching unit in the outskirts to earn money.

Meanwhile one of the girl started missing the family and called her family from a coin booth to talk with them.

Meanwhile a special team led by BS Abdul Khadar, Assistant Commissioner of Police and Inspector Kiran PB, traced the girl through coin booth number.

The drama was ended after the girls were brought to the city and reunited with their families.

Two among the three girls confessed that they are in a relationship and wanted to run away as their families would not approve of their relationship.

The other girl was a close friend wanted to go with them a police officer, said.Apart from this , there were no other reasons for them to runaway said a senior officer.

Finally Bengaluru Police Commissioner,CH Pratap Reddy has appreciated Addl CP East,A subramanyeshwara Rao,DCP East,Dr Bheemashankar S Guled,ACP,BS Abdul Khadar,PI,Kiran PB,PSI,as,Ms.Ashwini Ganiger, Probationary PSIs,as,Guruprasad,Basvanth Kuri,and crime staff as,Pavan Kumar,Ravikumar, Lakshman G,Mohan Kumar,Ravikiran, Shivanand,Halappa,Ms.Sunitha,and others has been appreciated for the exemplary and meticulous investigation done by them in tracking the missing girls a suitable reward will be given to whole team he added.