Indore: ‘Abducted’ city boy brought back safely from Mumbai

Indore: The city boy, who was allegedly abducted by a biker in Sadar Bazaar area, was brought back safely by Indore police on Saturday night. However, the police will take boy’s statement to exactly know what happened and how he reached Mumbai. Police said 15-year-old Sachin Singh, who was missing from home from Thursday evening, was found in Mumbai on Friday.

Sachin’s mother Savita runs a grocery shop in Sadar Bazaar area. She had sent Sachin to buy some grocery items for the shop. A man who came on a bike to buy goods also accompanied him. Later, Sachin did not return to shop. Next day Sachin called his mother and informed her that he was in Versova area in Mumbai. He told to Savita that he was administered some substance by an unidentified person after which he fell unconscious, adding that he did not know how he reached Mumbai. Sachin remained under custody of the Mumbai railway police. A team from Sadar Bazaar police station was sent to bring him on Friday. On Saturday night, the team brought him safely to the city and handed him over to his family members. According to Sadar Bazaar police station incharge Ajay Kumar, the exact circumstances and incident will only be known after statement of the boy is recorded. A manhunt to nab the person on a bike with whom Sachin had gone to buy grocery items is on.

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