Three Minor Girls Go Missing In Hyderabad

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Three Minor Girls Missing in Hyderabad: The police are investigating the case of three teenage girls who stepped out of the house in Hyderabad on their own but never came back. The three minor girls were sisters. The police have registered this as a kidnapping case.

Since Friday night, three minor girls who had stepped out from their home in the Vanasthalipuram locality of Hyderabad haven’t come back yet. It was being said that the three girls had got into a fight over a trivial matter with their mother. After this, the parents noticed that the girls were gone by Saturday morning. The parents looked for the three girls but couldn’t locate them. After their failed efforts of finding the girls, they approached the police.

The family was residing in the Pragatinagar area of Vanasthalipuram in Hyderabad. The girls, Mirjan Ayesha (17), Mirjan Asma Baig (15), and Mirjan Abez Baig (14), were said to be living with their parents.

Further, the family members of the minor girls fear that they may have been kidnapped by someone in the locality. After the parents approached the police, the search for the missing girls begun. The police registered the case and have started the investigation. After the argument with their mother, the three girls were said to be leaving the house by choice but as all the three of them were minors, the case was registered under kidnapping.

The police found some crucial evidence. The police had looked for the girls in various CCTV footage. In one of them, the police found the teen girls where they were seen hurriedly walking on the road in their locality. Though the investigation is going on. In a statement, the Vanasthalipuram station House inspector said to TNM, “We are going through CCTV footage and are confident that we will trace them soon.”

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