JOHOR BARU – The mother of five siblings who went missing from the Pertubuhan Kebajikan Shan De Johor Baru hopes for nothing more than to have them back in her arms.
Pang Lan Cheng, 45, said she was worried sick about their whereabouts and hoped that they would contact her soon.
According to Pang, she last saw her five children on Oct 31 when she picked up her two grandchildren who were also staying at the home.
“I only knew they were missing on Nov 3 after seeing a posting on Facebook,” Pang said at a press conference organised by Johor PKR deputy chairman Jimmy Puah on Thursday.
The five siblings, aged between 10 and 17 years old, have been missing since Oct 31 after attending a religious ceremony at Taman Ungku Tun Aminah here.
They are Yeo Soon Chuan, 17, Yeo Soon Shen, 16, Yeo Soon Yuan, 13, Yeo Soon Hoo, 12, and Yeo Soon Lian, 10.
The siblings, who were in pink T-shirts, went to the Tian Hou Shen Gong association centre to attend a religious ceremony on Oct 31, but went missing around 10.30pm. – The Star Online