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Three ‘missing’ sisters found

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 20 November, 2021 12:00 AM
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Three teenage sisters, including two SSC examinees, who were reported 'missing' on Thursday from their house in Adabar area of the capital, were found in Jashore on Friday night.

They went to Jashore to see their ailing father without informing anyone, said RAB-2 captain Lt Col Abu Naeem Md Talat.

The siblings went to Jashore amid SSC examinations after they came to know that their father was sick, he added.

We talked to them and their uncles through video call. They also talked to their aunt in a video call.

Now we are sure that they are not missing.

They lived with their aunt in the Shekertek area, according to Adabar Police chief Kazi Shahiduzzaman.

Their aunt filed a general diary around 11:30 pm on Thursday after the three sisters left the house without informing anyone and did not return, he said.

According to the GD, the three missing sisters are aged between 16 and 18. Among them, one studies in higher secondary while the two others are SSC exam candidates.

Their father lives in Jashore, having remarried after their mother’s death in 2013. Since then, the three of them have been living with their aunts.

They usually live with their younger aunt in Khilgaon but moved to Adabar to stay at their elder aunt’s place before the SSC tests as their exam centre is in Dhanmondi.

In the meantime, they left the house on Thursday without informing anyone.