Her family have provided images and location information to the Malaysian Embassy in Thailand to help coordinate assistance from local law enforcement agencies.
A 22-year-old Malaysian beautician, Angie Chong Sum Yee, has gone missing in northern Thailand.
The incident has attracted the media’s attention, and authorities are currently investigating the matter.
According to surveillance footage released by Thai media, she was last seen travelling with a woman dressed in white.
The footage shows Chong walking with the woman before they left together, but where they were going is unclear.
In addition to the surveillance footage, Thai media released screenshots of Chong sitting on a sofa and using her mobile phone before disappearing.
Her family posted a missing person notice on Facebook the day after she lost contact on 1 June.
Her mother expressed concern that her daughter could become a “piglet” and has been unable to sleep for days.
In Cantonese, “selling piglets” means selling someone, usually of low financial and social status, into indentured servitude.
Social Media Rumors Of Case Closure Proven False
Chong had gone to Thailand to purchase items for a friend’s company.
Previously, social media was abuzz with news that the case of Chong’s disappearance had been closed.
However, her mother later confirmed that the news was false and her daughter had not yet been found.
In an interview with Sin Chew, the mother revealed that a screenshot of her missing person post on Facebook was circulating on social media with the words “Thank you, this case is over.”
She emphasized that the news was untrue and she didn’t know the intention of the person who made the posting.
The family has received hundreds of calls from people who want to help find Chong, but there has been no good news.
The mother expressed her exhaustion and anxiety, stating that she hasn’t slept for two days and is experiencing physical symptoms such as dizziness and rapid heartbeat.
The family urges anyone with information about Chong’s whereabouts to come forward and help them find her as soon as possible.
The family can be contacted at 014-3282626.