- 29 year old Shipra Malik went who missing on Monday, found in Gurgaon
- UP police say she left home voluntarily after a family dispute
- Malik returned on learning that her family had filed ‘missing’ complaint
A Noida-based fashion designer who went missing mysteriously has been found in Gurgaon, a senior Uttar Pradesh police officer said today.
The police say she “voluntarily left home after a family dispute.”
Shipra Malik returned after seeing pictures of her family on TV and on learning that a missing case has been filed, the police said.
Senior police officer Lakshmi Singh said: “She called her husband around 1-1.30 at night and informed him of her whereabouts in Gurgaon.”
On Monday, Ms Malik, 29, left her home in Sector 37 in Noida for Chandni Chowk in central Delhi. In the afternoon, her phone was switched off and she could not be contacted after that.
Her Maruti Swift car was found abandoned 500 metres away from her home.
Her husband, who is a builder, filed a missing complaint with the police.
He told the police that his wife told him she was going to Chandni Chowk. His brother found her car parked with the keys inside around 5 pm.
“Her mobile was switched off since that afternoon,” he said. He added she had no dispute or enmity with anyone.
The police had ordered an extensive search after a Snapdeal employee’s kidnapping last month.
25-year-old Dipti Sarna went missing after taking an autorickshaw from the metro station in Vaishali area in Ghaziabad. She returned home after 40 hours, saying her kidnappers released her without causing any harm.