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British Citizen Declared Missing

A British man who last contacted his family on May 30 has been officially declared

missing after his passport, issued in February this year, and some of his bank cards

were handed in to the British Embassy in Phnom Penh. Peter Maan, 63, had been cycling

across Europe and Asia, but was delayed in Cambodia as his passport expired. His

niece, Ashley Maan, stated in an email to the Post that he had travelled to Siem

Reap towards the end of March and then returned to Phnom Penh to make further travel




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