Thursday, 1 August 2013

India: Photos of missing persons, unidentified dead bodies to be displayed at rural police headquarters

The crime branches of the all the nine police commissionerates and 33 rural police across the state will be displaying photos of missing persons and unidentified dead bodies at a photo gallery at the Nashik Rural police headquarters, Adgaon, at 10 am on Friday, August 2.

Director General of police Sanjeev Dayal has given directives to gather photos of all missing persons and unidentified dead bodies and display them at various police commissionrates and rural police stations.

Besides taking care of the large number of unidentified dead bodies, the police are also finding it difficult to trace the increasing number of missing persons' reports, including children, from across the state that have been filed at various police stations. Most dead bodies belong to cases of deaths in accidents and murders.

Officials from the Nashik Rural police said that along with around 250 photos of missing persons and unidentified bodies with the rural police, more pictures will be brought by crime officials of various district police and police commissionerates throughout the state to be displayed at the photo gallery.

The police have appealed to the relatives of missing persons to be present at the rural police headquarters on Friday to identify missing member(s) of their family.

Thursday 1 August 2013


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