Hong Kong – Appeal for information on missing woman in Central (with photo)

Appeal for information on missing woman in Central (with photo)

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     Police today (November 22) appealed to the public for information on a woman who went missing in Central.



     Chun Chi-kiu, Rainbow, aged 46, went missing after she was last seen on Tung Street on November 14 afternoon. Her family made a report to Police yesterday (November 21).



     She is about 1.73 metres tall, 70 kilograms in weight and of medium build. She has a long face with yellow complexion and short black hair. She was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, blue short jeans, pink slippers and was carrying a brown rucksack.


      


     Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the missing woman or may have seen her is urged to contact the Regional Missing Persons Unit of Hong Kong Island on 2860 1040 or 9886 0034 or email to rmpu-hki@police.gov.hk, or contact any police station.

Hong Kong – Appointment to two appeal panels on civil service retirement benefits

Appointment to two appeal panels on civil service retirement benefits

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     The Government announced today (November 4) that the Chief Executive (CE) has appointed Professor Wong Sze-chun as a member of the Pensions Appeal Panel (PAP) and the Appeal Panel on Government’s Voluntary Contributions under the Civil Service Provident Fund Scheme (APGVC) for a term of three years with effect from November 9, 2022.


 


     The Government also expressed gratitude to the outgoing member, Mr Henry Wu King-cheong, for his dedicated service and invaluable contribution to the two appeal panels over the years.


 


     The PAP is a statutory body established under the Pension Benefits Ordinance responsible for advising the CE on petitions made by civil servants against decisions to cancel, suspend, reduce or refuse to grant pension benefits. The APGVC is an administrative panel set up to tender advice to the CE on representations made by civil servants against decisions to forfeit or recover their accrued benefits attributable to government voluntary contributions under the Civil Service Provident Fund Scheme.


 


     Ms Teresa Ko Yuk-yin is the convenor-cum-member, while Ms Connie Lam Tsui-wa is the other serving member of the two appeal panels.


Hong Kong – Appeal for information on missing woman in Hung Hom (with photo)

Appeal for information on missing woman in Hung Hom (with photo)

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     Police today (October 11) appealed to the public for information on a woman who went missing in Hung Hom.



     Lee Yan-ki, aged 28, went missing after she was last seen at Ha Heung Road on October 4. Her family made a report to Police yesterday (October 10).



     She is about 1.6 metres tall, 54 kilograms in weight and of medium build. She has a long face with yellow complexion and long brown hair.



     Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the missing woman or may have seen her is urged to contact the Regional Missing Persons Unit of Kowloon West on 3661 8036 or 9020 6542 or email to rmpu-kw@police.gov.hk, or contact any police station.

Hong Kong – Appeal for information on missing woman in Lantau North (with photo)

Appeal for information on missing woman in Lantau North (with photo)

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     Police today (October 7) appealed to the public for information on a woman who went missing in Lantau North.



     Wong Leticia M, a foreign woman aged 76, went missing after she was last seen at a Cable Car Terminal on Tat Tung Road yesterday (October 6). Her family made a report to Police today.



     She is about 1.5 metres tall, 45 kilograms in weight and of thin build. She has a long face with yellow complexion and long black hair. She was last seen wearing an orange-red short-sleeved shirt, a dark-coloured skirt, black shoes and carrying a white handbag.



     Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the missing woman or may have seen her is urged to contact the Regional Missing Person Unit of Kowloon West on 3661 8038 or 9020 6542 or email to rmpu-kw@police.gov.hk, or contact any police station.

Hong Kong – Appeal for information on missing man in Tsing Yi (with photo)

Appeal for information on missing man in Tsing Yi (with photo)

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     Police today (October 7) appealed to the public for information on a man who went missing in Tsing Yi.



     Yau Chun, aged 71, went missing after he left his residence in Cheung Fat Estate in the afternoon on October 2. His family made a report to Police today.

         

     He is about 1.7 metres tall, 65 kilograms in weight and of thin build. He has a round face with yellow complexion and short grey hair. He was last seen wearing a light blue long-sleeved shirt, grey trousers and dark-coloured shoes.



     Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the missing man or may have seen him is urged to contact the Regional Missing Persons Unit of New Territories South on 3661 1176 or 9459 2196 or email to rmpu-nts-2@police.gov.hk, or contact any police station.