Mohammed Parvez Alam, the 15-year-old Indian boy, whose story gripped the nation for the past 16 days, has been found safe in Ajman.
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).
The missing boy was taken to his home on Thursday night around 2:30am to reunite with the family.
Sharjah Police are still searching for an Indian boy, 15, who has been missing from his parents’ home for 13 days now. The boy did not take any of his personal belongings and left home with only Dhs8 of his daily pocket money, according to the boy’s father.
The excited father gave away cheques worth Dhs2,500 each to youngsters Waleed Lal Bakhsh and Shoaib Ali Asghar.
The Sharjah Police and Civil Defence helped a person who, late at night, called the Central Operations Room asking for help to search for his two and a half years old son, .
The preliminary investigations showed that the child entered the vehicle through its rear door, which was then locked from inside preventing him from getting out. While searching for the child, his family found him confined inside that vehicle.
Hopes were raised on Wednesday that an Illinois boy missing since 2011 may have been found in Kentucky, after local police agencies were asked to help track down a teen’s claim that he is Timmothy Pitzen,
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar told reporters that 27-year-old suspect, Sohail Shahzad, has been identified through scientific investigation into the case using polygraphic and DNA tests.
The application “Mera Bacha Alert” would be connected with Pakistan Citizen Portal so that the progress on any case, including the recovery of the child, could be monitored, a press release issued by the PM Office Media Wing said.