Father & Son Missing In Toa Payoh Since 2 Jul, Police Seeks Information

55-Year-Old Father & 3-Year-Old Son Last Seen At Blk 123 Toa Payoh

While police reports are the best way to find a missing person, social media has also helped find missing people.

This time, the police have requested information of a father-son duo that has gone missing.

A 55-year-old father, Chew Poh Soon, and his 3-year-old son, Darrell Chew, have gone missing — and has been so since Tuesday (2 Jul) at about 2pm.


Allegedly fought with wife the day he went missing

Based on The New Paper (TNP) article, Mr Chew was arguing with his wife – foreigner in the mid-30s – on the day he went missing.

He also had 2 daughters one in upper primary and the other a toddler around four-years-old.

However, when a team from TNP went to visit Mr Chew’s house, no one answered the door.

Police appealing for information

The police request anyone with information about where the father and son could be to call their hotline at 1800-255-0000. You can also let them know through their website.

As a mother, a missing child is extremely worrying. However, both her child and her husband has gone missing.

Hopefully, with the help of social media, the pair are found soon.

Featured image from Singapore Police Force and Google Maps.

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