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Ameya Santosh, 15-year old Indian boy who went missing on Friday morning has been found, confirmed his family.
According to his family, he was spotted by some students.
Santosh, a grade 10 student, went missing after he went for his tuition.
His parents speculated that he might have ran away because of exam phobia.
Prior to being declared missing, his father dropped him for his tuition class.
However, when the father messaged the tutor about when the class will end, it was found out that Santosh didn’t make it.
According to his mother’s speculation he might have decided to not go home to avoid taking his science exam.
She claims that he was not being pressured but he had always found Maths, Physics and Chemistry difficult.
The parents lodged a complaint at Al Garb Police station
The gangsters reportedly attacked the shop, threatened the employees and stole money of different currencies that amounted to over Dhs2 million.
The Sharjah Police General Directorate, together with the Traffic Awareness and Media Department, is continuing its tyre-safety awareness campaign for road travellers, in line with the Ministry of Interior’s objective of making the roads safe for users.
Sharjah Police have appealed to members of the society via their social networking platforms in Arabic and English for anyone who has information about the missing Indian boy, Mohammad Parvez, to contact on these numbers (80040 or 06-5943210).
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