Pathnamthitta : Leads pertaining to missing 20-year-old Jesna land Kerala Police in Karnataka once again. Police hinge their hopes strongly on the latest lead that Jesna was spotted in two places in Karnataka recently.
Also Cyber Cell indications suggest her presence in the neighbouring state. Police plan to scout the two locations from their latest tip-off.
Around 1 lakh calls were collected in connection with the probe and over 6,000 examined in detail by the Cyber Cell..
Calls noted by Cyber Cell, suspected to be related to the case, originate from Karnataka.
Meanwhile police are trying to confirm if Jesna might have had two mobile phones.
Last week police had sought some more time from High Court to finish investigations in a counter to plea submitted by Jesna’s brother for CBI investigation
Jesna , a college student from Ranni in Pathanamthitta, went missing on 22 March on her way to maternal aunt’s house in Erumeli.
Jesna Mariya James, a Ranni native was doing her second-year-degree course at a college in Kanjirapally when she suddenly disappeared on March 22 on her way to a relative’s house in high-range Mukkoottuthara.
Her family handed over visuals of her arriving at Punchavayal, Mundakkayam in proof that she was indeed travelling to her paternal aunt’s house. The footage, obtained from a bank at Kannimala, shows Jesna seated in a bus named Sivaganga.
Despite police announcing Rs 2 Lakh in reward for information leading to her disappearance, nothing concrete came about.
Police has drawn a lot of flak from public, opposition and court as leads one after the other dampened hopes of finding the girl.