Missing person Phnom Penh - Tomi Trstenjak

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Missing person Phnom Penh - Tomi Trstenjak

Post by Melvinlowe » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:52 pm

Hello everyone!

One of my friends mates Tomi, has gone off the grid for the last 2 weeks. His family is really worried about him as he is suffering from depression and he has stopped his medication. Someone commented on my FB post, that they saw someone matching his description by the Phnom Penh Riverside begging for some food and money. This man is harmless and he just needs help. If you spot him by any chance please do get him some food and immediately contact me and the Australian Embassy to notify them on his whereabouts so that he can be helped and sent home to his family. All help is welcome and will be greatly appreciated by his family and friends.

I dont know how to attach images here but you can reach out to me @facebook Melvin Reynell Lowe and drop me a message and ill send you the pictures or if anyone can guide me on uploading image then it would be easier or you can check out Phnom Penh Expats group on facebook or the kampot noticeboard.

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Post by General Mackevili » Wed Feb 14, 2018 3:25 pm

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