Police to organise camp to trace missing persons

ST Correspondent
Saturday, 8 July 2017

Pune: The officials of the Pune rural police have organised a display of photographs and details of more than 25,000 unidentified missing and dead people at their premises in Pashan, off Baner Road, in an attempt to reunite family members of missing persons.

The three-day photo display will start on Monday at Purandar Hall in rural police headquarters. The photos will be of missing people, victims of accidental death and unidentified murdered persons.

Pune: The officials of the Pune rural police have organised a display of photographs and details of more than 25,000 unidentified missing and dead people at their premises in Pashan, off Baner Road, in an attempt to reunite family members of missing persons.

The three-day photo display will start on Monday at Purandar Hall in rural police headquarters. The photos will be of missing people, victims of accidental death and unidentified murdered persons.

The pictures and information are from the records of different police units under Pune rural, Pune city, Solapur city, Solapur, Thane rural, Palghar, Government Railway Police, Kolhapur, Navi Mumbai, Ahmednagar, Satara and Raigad.

Police officials will be present at the event to assist people. Visitors can share the details about their missing relatives or can carry a photograph with them, which will help police officials in assiting them.

Rural police said that the event takes place every year. The event is taking place under the supervision of Superintendent of Rural Police (temporary charge) Tejaswi Satpute.

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