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ALAPPUZHA: The thiruvabharanam of Ambalapuzha Sreekrishnaswamy Temple are found missing. A gold chain and a locket decked with gems are missing. Devaswom commissioner has confirmed the missing of the locket.

The temple administrator officer had handed over the thiruvabharanam to the melsanthi on the Vishu day. The face ornamented with gems and a chain were handed over to the melsanthi. It was found missing when it was returned back. The police have started an investigation.

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