Two woman lovers return home
By Express News Service - KOCHI
29th June 2012 08:37 AM
Two girls, who have been missing from Kottayam since last month and were said to be in a relationship, were found in Kochi on Thursday.
The Vanitha police have handed over the girls to their relatives.
According to the police, the girls are in their mid-twenties and one of them is married.
Both of them had eloped from Kottayam last month and were residing in a private hostel here.
When they ran short of money, they sought the help of a man, who was residing near the hostel.
Smelling something fishy, he informed the Vanitha police. The girls were later allowed to go with their relatives, the police added.
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