Fashion Designer Shipra Malik Goes Missing in Delhi

The woman\'s car was abandoned 500 m away from her home in Sector 37 and she dialled the police helpline from her mobile phone.

Published: 02nd March 2016 01:28 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th March 2016 10:27 AM   |  A+A-

A fashion designer from Noida, Shipra Malik, was allegedly abducted on Monday under mysterious circumstances. Her car was found abandoned 500 m from her home in Sector 37. Police discovered that the police helpline 100 was dialed from her mobile phone. The duration of the call was just 10 seconds and she did not speak anything.

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Shipra’s husband, Chetan Malik lodged a complaint of abduction at the Noida police station. The police have dispatched teams to Lajpat Nagar which was the last known location of Shipra Malik.

Shipra Malik runs a boutique in Noida and is married to a construction company owner.

“A missing person’s report has been filed. The police are investigating whatever her family are providing in writing. She is being searched for. She used to run a boutique in Chandni Chowk,” Superintendent of Police Dinesh Yadav said.

The incident comes less than a fortnight after Snapdeal executive Dipti Sarna's abduction. Sarna was kidnapped by a stalker in Delhi where she eventually managed to escape, leading to the arrest of the accused.

(With inputs from ANI)


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