Technology reunites five-year-old with parents'
A fiveyearold boy who went missing 10 months ago while he was playing in front of his house was traced at an NGO and was reunited with his parents on Wednesday
Meerpet: A five-year-old boy who went missing 10 months ago while he was playing in front of his house was traced at an NGO and was reunited with his parents on Wednesday. With the help of Facial Recognition System (FRS), the Meerpet police traced the boy comparing his image with that of the images in the FRS. This is the first case in the state which was solved by the new technology.
According to Police, the couple Deepak and Nagalakshmi along with their son Kamal were residing at Rajiv Gruha Kalpa in Almasguda. Kamal was missing while he was playing in front of the house on October 13. The parents immediately lodged a missing complaint with Meerpet police. They tried to trace him out, but their efforts turned futile. As a final effort they uploaded Kamal’s photos to the FRS. Sleuths of Intelligence wing who monitor the system traced a boy with same facial characters at a shelter home, run by an NGO at Bahadurpally. They informed the same to the Meerpet police.
The CI along with Kamal’s parents reached the home and compared the mole identifications of their son with the boy. Finally, Kamal got reunited with his family with the help of the latest technology. Tears rolling out from eyes, speaking to The Hans India Kamal’s mother Nagalakshmi said that they never dreamt of getting their son back.
“We searched all places but were unable to trace him out. Police called us and informed that a boy resembled to our son is traced out at a shelter home,” Deepak said. After showing proper proofs they handed Kamal to us, his mother Nagalakshmi said. The parents said that they owed a lot to the police as well as FRS for reuniting their son.