8-yr-old missing girl found, reunited with family
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An eight-year-old girl, who had gone missing since Monday, was recovered on Tuesday.
Sita lives with her parents at Amarpura. She went "out of her house in the evening and did not return". "The father kept on searching for her the whole night and came to us in the morning. After enquiring from different police stations, we found that the girl was in Kotwali police station," said area SHO Gurpreet Singh.
The girl said, "I had lost my way and started crying. Later, a few people found me crying and left me in a police station." The police officers said she was found near Kotwali police station area, and those who found her brought her to the police station.
The police employees took good care of the girl, provided her food, milk and even arranged toys for her to play.
"One woman police employee was taking care of the girl so as to make her feel comfortable. The kid was given comfortable bedding to sleep," said Singh.
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