Using his tattoo, cops reunite boy with family in Uttar Pradesh
New Delhi: With the help of a tattoo on his arm, Delhi Metro Police was succussful in tracing the family of a mentally unstable child, who got lost in Delhi, all the way to Uttar Pradesh.
According to police sources, on May 15, a 14-year-old mentally disturbed boy was found wandering around aimelessly at the Barakhamba Road Metro station.
The boy was unable to tell his address. He only stated his name, his father's name and that his home was near Shani Mandir, Mamura. He had a tattoo on his right hand on which his name was written.
On the basis of this information, police reached Mamura, Noida and searched for the Shani Mandir. They found two Shani Mandirs in Mamura and enquired from the nearby residents, rickshaw pullers, nearby shops and other vendors. Enquiries were made near both the Shani Mandirs. Finally, one of the residents identified him and with the help of his staff, he reached the boy's house. The boy was identified by his family.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Metro) Deepak Gauri stated that with the efforts of Assistant Sub Inspector Udaipal and Constable Satish, the abandoned boy who is mentally-weak has been reunited with his family within five hours
Another three-year-old boy was reunited by Metro Police. He was found at Rithala Metro station.
The boy could not even speak clearly. His name was later found to be Kavsar and his father's name is Sadfkul who lives in the Rithala village. Enquiries were made by going door to door of the village and the nearby slums. Finally, after four-and-a-half hours, his parents were found.