Missing 27-year-old Singaporean yet to be found

Missing 27-year-old Singaporean yet to be found

Steward Lee, a 27-year-old Singaporean went missing on Friday (17 Feb) afternoon, has not been found. His sister Yunqin Lee has posted two appeals on her Facebook on Saturday afternoon. The first post on 2:30pm said:


Steward Lee (27 years old), 179cm, slim build

He was last seen at Fajar Road at 2pm on 17 Feb, wearing a plain black short-sleeved T-shirt and blue jeans with slippers. He wears black-rimmed spectacles, and may have been wearing a brown cap.

Please do contact us urgently at 84055047 (Yunqin) or 94504596 (Zhao Ying) if you have seen him or if you have any information about him. You can WhatsApp or send a picture to us.

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Yunqin 84055047.

She again posted a second appeal on 3:10pm on Facebook.

Yesterday (19 Feb), dozens of people formed a search party to help find missing Steward Lee and around 70 people scoured popular nature parks and areas including Bukit Timah Hill, Dairy Farm, Mandai, Zhenghua and the Rail Corridor but was still unable to find him. The search began at 9am and ended at 1pm.
His sister Yunqin Lee told Channel NewsAsia on Sunday evening, that they had searched the whole day.
“We looked through these parks because my brother’s an avid hiker, and we knew these were places he frequently goes to,” she said. She added, “We’re not sure where he is, but we’re trying to carry on (searching).”
Singapore Police Force also posted an appeal for information on their Facebook on Saturday afternoon.
In the appeal, police said Lee was about 1.80m tall and was last seen wearing a black short-sleeved t-shirt with a pair of blue jeans and black-framed spectacles.
Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr Vivian Balakrishnan who is also a Member of Parliament for Holland-Bukit Timah GRC,  on Sunday also shared Yunqin’s Facebook appeal for information, asking members of the public to help keep a lookout for Steward.
Members of the public who have relevant information can call the Police Hotline at 1800-255-0000 or submit information online. All information will be kept strictly confidential.

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