Noida/Gurgaon, March 4: Three days after she went missing in mysterious circumstances, Noida-based fashion designer Shipra Malik has been traced from Gurgaon.
Yesterday, police also released a CCTV footage of 29-year-old Shipra entering inside ING Vyasya Bank in Noida on Feb 29.
Based on the leads, police could finally search Shipra, whose family had been waiting for her since then.
Meanwhile, police is yet to find out in what circumstances, Shipra went missing or she left on her own.
According to media reports, Shipra was traced alone from village Jhajjar near Gurgaon. Shipra's phone had gone unreachable shortly after she made a call to helpline number.
Shipra's case bears an uncanny resembalnce with the recent missing and found case of a Snapdeal employee Dipti Sarna.
However, the motive behind Shipra's disappearance seems to be different. Shipra runs a boutique in Delhi.
Shipra Malik left her home in Sector-37 Noida on Monday, Feb 29, for Chandni Chowk in Delhi and hadbeen untraceable since then.
Her Maruti Swift car was found abandoned 500 metres away from her Noida home. Chetan Malik, her husband who is a local builder, had filed a missing complaint with the Noida police.