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Two Vietnamese-Americans are appealing for information about their sister who went missing in the aftermath of the Vietnam War and is believed to be residing in Thailand.
Ms. Famtri Huang Hoa, 55, and Mr. Fong Li, 61 have asked officials from Ministry of Social Development and Human Security in Songkhla province to request their assistance in locating their sister, Ms. Fam Noch Bichtri. The brother and sister of the missing woman told officials that they had fled Vietnam a few years after the war came to an end. They now hold American Citizenship.
The three siblings boarded a boat along with forty three other Vietnamese, but Ms. Famtri said, but her sister and two other Vietnamese women were later abducted, while the rest of the refugees safely landed in Malaysia. Ms. Famtri said her family had not heard of Ms. Fam ever since.
However, according to Ms. Famtri, her family has recently been in contact with one of the former abductees who told them Ms. Fam is still alive and possibly living in Songkhla province. Ms. Fam was 18 year old when she was abducted, Ms. Famtri said, and she is believed to reach the age of 50 by now.
Ms. Famtri who said that she has never given up hope on finding her lost sister, has provided the officials with a number of old photographs of Ms. Fam.
If anybody has any information about the possible whereabouts of Ms. Fam should contact Mr. Chukiat Suwannarangsi, who is assisting the family of Ms. Famtri and Mr. Fong, via his mobile phone at 081-986-1497, or contact the the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security.