An Indian student has gone missing in America, prompting the police to take specific steps to locate her


A case of the disappearance of an Indian student has come to light in America. 23-year-old Kandula, a resident of Hyderabad, has been missing since May 28. The police have sought help from the general public to search for her.

Indian student missing in America

An Indian student who went to America for studies has been missing for the last week. California police have sought help from the public to find the student. Police have confirmed that Nitisha Kandula, a 23-year-old student of California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB), went missing on May 28. Police have not found any trace of her after May 28.

Kandula is a resident of Hyderabad and California's CSUSB Police Chief John Gutierrez said on social media that Kandula, a student from Hyderabad who was studying in the US, was last seen in Los Angeles on May 30.

Asked for help from the public?

The city's police chief John Gutierrez sought help from the public to find Kandula. John Gutierrez wrote on Twitter, "#MissingPersonAlert: The San Bernardino Police of California and our partners at the LAPD, CSUSBNews, are requesting anyone with information on the whereabouts of Nitisha Kandula to contact us." In this tweet, the police have also given a number to contact.

Kandula is described as 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing 72.5 kg. Police have also described her eyes and hair as black. Police say that she left in a 2021 model Toyota Corolla, which has a California state number plate.

Many have gone missing before

This is not the first case of Indians going missing in America. Last month, 26-year-old Indian student Rupesh Chandra Chintakindi went missing in Chicago. In April, 25-year-old Mohammed Abdul Arfath, a resident of Hyderabad, was found dead in Cleveland. He went missing in March. In 2019, 29-year-old Indian student Mayushi Bhagat also went missing from New Jersey. No trace of her has been found yet. The FBI had also announced a reward of 10,000 dollars to anyone who finds her.