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The Sleektag safety bracelets are available in four different designs, including one for children (centre) and another that can be strapped onto a shoe or bag. — S.S. KANESAN/The Star

EVERY now and then there are cases of people who have gone missing, such as an elderly person suffering from memory loss or child with mental disability.

Trying to help them return to their family or caretakers can be a daunting task for many.

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