Have You Seen This Missing Mom?

  • 02 May 2019

64-year old Danial Letchimee Karsenathan went missing from her home in Seberang Prai Selatan on 27th August 2017.

Her daughter Y. Maegala has been looking for her mother ever since, and still appeals for help to track her missing mother.

According to Maegala, she last spoke to her mother on 27th August, however, couldn't contact her from the next day onwards. And the neighbour saw her mother leaving the home with an umbrella at 4pm on the same day.

In the effort to find her missing mother, Maegala has lodged a complaint at the police station and even hired a private investigator to track her.

If you have seen her mother and have any details of her whereabouts, please contact Maegala at 012-6172931.

Thanks a lot for your support.

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