An area search
has been carried out supported by the National Police Air Service (NPAS) helicopter.
Narayanpur Superintendent of Police (SP) Mohit Garg said, "Today morning around 11 am, joint teams of district police, DRG, CAF and ITBP were out for Area Search
and Domination exercise based on the inputs of suspected movement of a small team of Naxalites near Jhori village and their plan to carry out a big attack before independence day."
"Officers - including armed response - attended and conducted a full area search
including speaking with people in the area, however they did not locate anyone matching the man's description.
Volunteer fire departments and members of the community also responded and began an area search
of the neighborhood.
"Through a full and thorough area search
and intelligence gathered from drivers and people in the area, it was quickly established this was not a man with a weapon after all, but linked to fishing activity nearby."
"A negative area search
was carried out by officers, the Matrix dog section and NPAS, which has now been concluded.
"A full area search
was conducted and sadly that led to the identification of this lady located at the base of the quarry 40ft down from the top."
"An immediate area search
was carried out but so far no arrests have been made.
"Officers have attended the area, made an area search
but trace of them," the OCC posted.
"An area search
was conducted but the dog and its owner, who was described as wearing a black top and grey bottoms and of a medium build, were not found.
But police confirmed last night that "no persons were located" after officers had completed an area search