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“She left the house at around 5.30pm for her classes and has not been seen since.
“I am afraid something has happened to her as she has never gone anywhere without at least calling me and our three children to keep in touch,” he said when contacted on Monday.
Segar said his wife who did not work would usually help him at his grocery shop.
“She is a kind and loving person who has no enemies, please help me find her,” he said adding that he lodged a police report at the Kluang police station shortly after his wife disappeared.
Segar said they have been married for more than 18 years and all he wanted was to get his wife back.
“Whoever has her, I plead to you to let her go to be with her family,” he said.
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