3 Missing Baramulla Students Traced In Jammu

They were planning to go to Mumbai: police

SRINAGAR: Three students, who were missing from a boarding school in north Kashmir since Wednesday morning have been traced by police to Jammu railway station.

The three students identified as Muhammad Umar Guroo son of Ghulam Muhammad Guroo of Badami Bagh Sopore, Furqan Tantray son of Khursheed Ahmad Tantray of Sheeri and Khalid Bhat son of Ghulam Muhammad of Sheeri Baramulla went missing from their school, JNV Shah Kote in Boniyar area of the district, Wednesday morning.

“In this regard, police filed a case under FIR number 48 under section 363 in police station Boniyar and constituted a special team and started searches,” the Station House Officer (SHO) Boniyar Tariq Ahmad Shah said.

He said: “Today morning, we were able to trace them at Jammu railway station,” adding: “it was all possible due to technical analysis of their mobile phones.

The SHO said the boys have been brought to Kashmir and are currently in police custody. Asked what the plan of these boys was, he said: “They were planning to go to Mumbai.” “We are conducting further investigations,” he added.

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