HDFC Bank VP Siddharth Sanghvi Goes Missing in Mumbai 3 Days Ago; Abandoned Car With 'Blood Stains' Found
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Mumbai, Sept 8: A vice president of HDFC Bank, Siddharth Kiran Sanghvi, went missing three days ago after leaving his office based in the Kamala Mills compound in Lower Parel. Following an inquiry launched by the NM Joshi Marg police station, Sanghvi's car was found abandoned in Navi Mumbai's Airoli, with blood stains on the seat.

The car was recovered in Sector 11 of Airoli by the Navi Mumbai police, which had received an alert from NM Joshi Marg police station. A search operation is underway to find Sanghvi.

According to the investigators, Sanghvi came to his office at 8:30am in the morning on Wednesday. His phone had switched off before he left at around 7:30pm.

The CCTV footage at Kamala Mills could spot him leaving the building, but his car moving out was not seen.

The police was alerted at 10pm by Sanghvi's wife, who wanted a missing complaint to be registered.

Additional Commissioner of Police Ravindra Shisve (Central Region) told reporters that a missing complaint has been registered and a search operation has been launched to find the HDFC Bank VP.