5 kids go missing in Dabhoi
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Vadodara Rural Police have started a hunt for five children who went missing on their way back home from school in Dabhoi town near Vadodara on Saturday. The police suspect they might have boarded some train for the sake of fun.
The children are from Dabhoi Railway Yard locality. Those who are missing include Mohammed Moin Shaikh (Class-V), Mehul Thakarda (Class-VI), Sarfaraz Saiyed (Class-VIII), Shahbaz Saiyed (Class-VI) and Altaf Saiyed (Class-V), police said. "All five, who were not more than 13 years of age, study in Mahadeviya School near the State Transport Bus Depot. When they did not return home, their parents approached the police and lodged an FIR," police inspector Dipak Shah said, ruling out abduction.
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