If you’ve seen this woman around, please contact her daughter who has been looking for her for about two years. 🙁
According to The Star, the elderly woman is 64 years old and she has reportedly been missing from her home in Seberang Perai Selatan, Penang for almost two years. Her daughter, identified as Y. Maegala, 35, is now seeking help from the public to find her mother, whom she has not seen since 27 August 2017.
When contacted by the daily on 1 May 2019, she said,
“I spoke to her over the telephone on Aug 27 but was unable to contact her the following day. A neighbour told me that my mother was spotted leaving her home with an umbrella at about 4pm, an hour prior to that I last spoke with her.”
Maegala works at a medical centre in Petaling Jaya as a customer management executive and she said that her mother was in good health before she disappeared. She has since lodged a police report about her missing mother and even sought help from a private investigator.
So, if you’ve seen this elderly woman around or if you have any information about her whereabouts, don’t hesitate to contact her daughter, Maegala at 012-6172931.
We hope Maegala will soon be reunited with her mum! It’s been too long!
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