Jamal Rahman, who went missing on Tuesday at noon, returned home late Thursday night.
A pharmacist for Sanofi-Aventis pharmaceutical company, Jamal disappeared after leaving his home in the capital’s South Banasree area. Following the incident, his father, Siddiqur Rahman, filed a General Diary (GD) at Khilgaon police station on Wednesday afternoon.
Khilgaon police station’s Officer-in-Charge (OC) Moshiur Rahman said: "We are questioning Jamal about his whereabouts during his disappearance."
He further said: “Jamal was receiving treatment at a hospital after he fell victim to a dope gang. However, he could not specify which hospital he was at or why he did not inform the police.”
In another incident, fruit trader Giasuddin, returned home on Thursday morning after being missing for more than three days.
Giasuddin and his two brothers are wholesale fruit traders at Dhaka’s Badamtoli market.
Nazrul Islam, his elder brother, said that Giasuddin’s mobile phone had been switched off after he left to go home on Sunday afternoon. Giasuddin’s wife Shumi Begum became worried when her husband had not returned home by the evening.
She later filed a GD at the Shajahanpur police station on the same day.
Superintendent Sanjay Kumar, who was the investigating officer in the case, confirmed Giasuddin’s return but said police were yet to be informed where Giasuddin was when he went missing.