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Harley rider missing, falls in Yamuna after being ‘hit’ by car on DND

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A man riding a Harley Davidson went missing after his bike was hit by a car on the Delhi-Noida-Direct (DND) flyway in the early hours of Sunday. Police suspect that the man may have fallen into the Yamuna.

 Harley rider missing, falls in Yamuna after being ‘hit’ by car on DND

The accident took place when the motorcyclist and the car were both headed towards Delhi from Noida.

A manhunt has been launched by the police for the rider of a Harley Davidson. The motorcycle was found in a heavily-damaged condition on DND flyway on Saturday night.

According to police, they received a call about the accident around 3 am. A police team was sent to the spot, on the side heading to Delhi, and found a banged up Harley Davidson (DL8SCH1887) and a Toyota Etios (DL9CAE0946).

Some people, who were present at the accident spot, told the police that the motorcyclist fell into the river after being hit by the red Toyota Etios Liva car.

The biker is identified as Anshuman Puri, a resident of south Delhi's Sarita Vihar. Puri is said to be a singer and music composer. However, the police said that it could not be conclusively said whether Puri was riding the motorbike or someone else was.

A police team visited Puri's house in Sarita Vihar but it was found locked. Neighbours told them that Puri lived alone. They confirmed that he owned a Harley-Davidson bike. His mobile phone was found switched off when the police tried to contact him.

Police said the car is registered under the name of Bhappa Singh, who lives in Qutub Vihar in southwest Delhi's Goyala Dairy. The house was also found locked as well.

Meanwhile, a case have registered an accident case at Sunlight Colony police station and have impounded both vehicles.

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