Family seeks whereabouts of missing senior citizen

JOHOR BARU: A bank officer is seeking the public’s help to find a family member who went missing three weeks ago after going for a walk.

Koh Soh Chin said her father-in-law Lai Heng Chong (pic), 84, was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

“I last saw him at around 6.30pm on June 26 after accompanying him to see his friends.

“When we returned to our home at Bayu Tasik 2 Condominium in Cheras, my father-in-law wanted to go for a walk at a park behind our apartment, which is part of his normal routine,” said Koh, 48.

“It was just for a few minutes and he wanted to go alone. But 15 minutes later, he hadn’t returned.We looked for him but couldn’t find him,” she told a virtual press conference organised by MCA national public complaints and service deputy bureau chief Chua Jian Boon yesterday.Chua urged those with information to contact the MCA Facebook page or his own at Chua Jian Boon.

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