Helsinki Police Search for Missing Indian Man

Hari Sudhan Thanneer was last seen walking home in Helsinki on Friday 8th September.

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Imaged of the missing Indian man / Credit: Poliisi

[UPDATE: 22.9.2017]

Helsinki Police say they found the body of missing Indian man Hari Sudhan Thanneeru on Thursday, 21st September, in the sea at Hernesaari. They haven’t released any more details yet, and say their investigations are ongoing.

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Police in Helsinki say they’re concerned about the whereabouts of an Indian man, who was last seen more than ten days ago.

Hari Sudhan Thanneeru was spotted on Helsinki’s Fredrikinkatu, walking to his home on Kalevankatu about 17:40 on Friday 8th September.

They 26-year-old’s phone was pinged by a mobile phone station in Hernessari around 18:45 the same evening, which was not somewhere he would typically be.

Anne Osmala of Helsinki Police Department missing persons unit, says friends became concerned when they didn’t hear from Thanneeru, but police don’t suspect he has been the victim of any crime.

Thanneeru is about 180cm tall, slim with black hair and brown eyes and wears glasses. At the time of his disappearance he was wearing a blue jacket, dark trousers and dark Nike shoes. He also had a black umbrella with him.

Police encourage anyone who sees Thanneeru or knows of his whereabouts to get in touch during office hours at 0295475382 or after office hours on 02955417935. Alternatively, information can be sent to officers by email: vakivaltarikosyksikko.helsinki@poliisi.fi