Missing person advertisement
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Missing person advertisement Format
Your younger brother aged 5 has been missing for the last three days. Draft an advertisement in not more than 50 words for the Missing person column of a local newspaper. You are Ram/Rama. Contact number 9310700000.
Krishna, a 5-year old boy, 65 cms. Fair complexion, round face, the well-built physique has been missing from Golf Links, New Delhi since 16th August 2010. He has a scar on his forehead. He is wearing a white shirt and blue shorts and was carrying a school bag when seen last. He speaks Hindi and Punjabi. The person giving any clue shall be suitably rewarded.