The police is appealing for information on the whereabouts of a 13-year-old girl from Sengkang who has been missing for about a month now, it said in a press release as reported by Mothership.
Missing Girl in Sengkang
The girl, Nurul Juhairah Binte Jumaat, was last seen at Blk 472B Fernvale Street on 1 February 2020 at 6.30am according to the same report.
The Police is now appealing towards the public to seek further information on her location.
If you or anyone you know have seen her, do provide details to the Police Hotline at 1800-255-0000 or do an online submission via the Police portal, here. All information received is kept strictly confidential.
What should I do if a child goes missing?
In the face of a missing child, try to stay calm and remember as much details as you can when you first noticed that your child was missing. | Photo: iStock
Firstly, there is no minimum time required for a missing person to have lost contact with his/her family before lodging a missing person’s report. You can do so at any police service counter.
Be sure to provide the police the following information of the missing child:
- Date of Birth
- Other ways to help the police identify the child quickly (e.g. unique features such as through moles, spectacles, braces etc)
- Child’s recent photo
- When you first noticed your child was missing
- The clothing he/she was wearing
Similarly, if you were to experience this, directly call the police hotline at 1800-255-0000 or do an online submission via the Police portal, here.
There is also a Facebook page that provides an online search effort to aid grieving families—Singapore Missing People.