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Missing three-year-old in P'Sihanouk province

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Amber alert issued for missing three-year-old Kim Lang.

Missing three-year-old in P'Sihanouk province

NGO Child Protection Unit (CPU) is seeking public assistance to locate a three-year-old girl who disappeared from her mother’s bedside in Preah Sihanouk province on August 3.

Kim Lang went to sleep in a cradle next to her mother. When her parents woke up at 5:30am, the girl was nowhere to be seen.

Investigators from CPU were notified about the case on August 20 after police and family members failed to locate her.

“Investigations are ongoing. We have a team there at the moment assisting with an unrelated homicide of a 14-year-old girl yesterday,” CPU director of operations James McCabe said.

Authorities are requesting that anyone who attended a party near the family’s home in Phnum 2, Tum Nub Rolork Commune, Stung Hav District in Preah Sihanouk province contact Sihanouk Police Command or CPU (077247247).


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