Samba Police traces 11 missing persons, including 8 women

Excelsior Correspondent
SAMBA, Aug 20 : Under the guidance of Senior Superintendent of Police Samba, Benam Tosh, police has traced eleven 11 more missing persons including eight females from different areas of Punjab and Jammu and reunited them with their families.
The family members of three missing girls, five missing married young women and three missing men had approached police to trace and reunite them. Accordingly, police took the cognizance into the incidents of disappearances. Missing reports were registered at concerned Police Stations & Police Posts and strenuous efforts were made by police to trace them expeditiously. By the dint of hard work, Police succeeded in recovering missing persons from different areas of Punjab including Tara Garh, Ludhiana, Moga and Jammu and reuniting them with their families.
The reports with regard to their missing were entered at Police Station Ramgarh, Police Station Bari Brahmana, Police Post, Supwal and Police Post, Mansar.
The missing persons have been traced by the police teams headed by SHO Police Station Samba, Rajeshwar Singh, SHO Police Station, Ramgarh, Sudesh Kumar and SHO Police Station, Bari Brahmana Sunil Sharma under the supervision of DySP, Garu Ram, SDPO Vijaypur, Rohit Kumar, SDPO Bari Brahmana, Rahul Nagar and Additional SP Samba, Surinder Choudhary.
Senior Superintendent of Police Samba Benam Tosh said that 78 missing persons including 55 females have been traced and reunited with their families by Samba Police in past seven months and police is working hard to recover missing persons within shortest possible period.