- A disturbing incident came to light on Saturday morning when three Pratapnagar children fled their home in the wake of a mobile game called ‘Free Fire’.
- The children are Shubham Mane (15), Vedanta Raut (16) and Aditya Singh (15). All three live in the Gopalnagar area and are studying in the tenth class.
- While inspecting the CCTV footage, the three were seen on the CCTV footage as Ola got out of the taxi at the train station in the morning. They also found him sitting on a train bound for Mumbai.
All three downloaded the game ‘Free Fire’ on their mobiles. The three of them started playing together. All three fled the house early Saturday morning. Family members noted that all three disappeared around 7 am. Registered relatives. The three were not found. Family members arrived at the Pratapnagar police station and filed a complaint. Deputy Police Commissioner Nurul Hasan, recognizing the seriousness of the case, ordered Dinkar Thosare, Senior Police Inspector from Pratapnagar Police Station, to search for the children immediately.
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Under Hassan’s guidance, Thosare and his colleagues inspected the CCTV footage. He verified his mobile ‘location’. The three were seen on CCTV footage as the wet taxi descended to the train station in the morning. They also found him sitting on a train bound for Mumbai. The police immediately informed the Bhusawal and Mumbai railway police. Photographs of the three children have been sent to the Mumbai Rail and Rail Security Force.