Family offers RM20,000 reward for info on missing woman and son

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  • Friday, 21 Oct 2011

KUALA LUMPUR: The family members of a missing 75-year-old mother and her 45-year-old son are still riddled with questions about their whereabouts and are offering a RM20,000 reward to try to get some answers.

On Sept 14, it was reported that Lam Yik Sau, and her son Teoh Kean Beng were last seen at their house in Kampung Rapat, Ipoh on Aug 28.

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