Grandma, 48, vanishes after making phone call
HER phone is turned off, and her family has not been able to find her for the past 16 days.
Ms Sim Lai Ying, 48, a youthful grandmother, disappeared on the morning of April 28 after making a phone call, Lianhe Zaobao reported.
Desperate, her son Peter Liew posted an appeal on Facebook on Saturday, seeking help from the public.
He said in his post, which came with photos: "Her phone is...shut off. No way to...contact her. Not even friends, relatives or colleagues are able to locate her. She is about 1.65cm tall, medium-sized, with long hair and brown eyes."
A police report has been made. According to Mr Liew, 30, his mother showed no signs of depression, and had no health, relationship or financial problems. She got along with her family and her colleagues. The family was surprised when the fashion boutique where she worked told her family that she stopped going to work 18 days before her disappearance.
Mr Liew said his mother made a call to his 15-year-old sister to tell her she was going out. She then disappeared from their home in Marsiling.
Ms Sim is a widow. She has two sons, three daughters and a five-year-old granddaughter.