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Doctors missing from South Delhi traced in Sikkim!

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Two doctors, who went missing from South Delhi on 25th of December, 2019 have been traced to Sikkim and will arrive in New Delhi on Wednesday night as per reports from Police.

The male doctor was traced through electronic surveillance on 31st of December following which a team was sent to Ralong and both the doctors were found safe. The police have informed that the two doctors went together from Delhi and have been staying with each other since then.

The missing report was filed by the husband of one of the doctors, who alleged that his wife informed him that she and the male friend, also a doctor, were going to church, but they did not come back and their phones were also switched off.

After the complaint was filed, the police undertook an extensive search in hotels, guest houses and hospitals at Delhi, National Capital Region and Chandigarh. A team was also sent to male doctor’s native place, Vishakhapatnam. During the investigation, their mobile phones and social network accounts such as Facebook, WhatsApp and Gmail were kept on electronic surveillance, the official said. Bank accounts, ATM, credit card details were procured and kept under surveillance. Various cab service providers were contacted as well for investigation. The efforts of the police led to tracing of the male doctor on December 31 and subsequently the female doctor was also found.

Source: The New Indian Express

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