Family seeks whereabouts of missing senior citizen from Cheras

KUALA LUMPUR: A family is seeking the whereabouts of their family member after he had gone missing for nearly a month.

In a statement on Tuesday (June 25), the MCA Public Services and Complaints Department said that the missing person, 61-year-old Fong Poh Ket from Cheras, had last been seen by family members on March 31.

"The family contacts him at least twice a month. On May 29, his mother tried calling him to invite him for dinner but he did not answer his phone.

"Normally he would return missed calls on the same day but there had been no response," the statement said.

A police report was lodged by his 64-year-old brother on June 7 at the Sri Petaling police station. The brother also went to the Public Services and Complaints Department on June 20.

"Checks at government clinics in Salak South, Sri Petaling, Sungai Besi and at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital were conducted but no trace of the missing person was found," it said.

Those with information on his whereabouts are urged to call the department at 03 2203 3888 or his brother Fong Pow Yen at 011 1778 9361.

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