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Local pastor who left home in Sembawang for church missing since yesterday




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The family of Pastor Daniel Tan of Living Praise Presbyterian Church (Chinese Congregation) is appealing for information on the pastor. The pastor left his home in Sembawang at about 7am to go to work at the Church and has not been seen since.


Dear ALL

An Appeal to help find a missing Pastor in Singapore. He is from Living Praise Presbyterian Church (Chinese Congregation):
Dear friends, we are looking for a beloved friend, husband and father. Daniel Tan Hoo Sun left his flat in Sembawang on 12 Mar (Sunday) @ 7am wearing a long sleeved navy blue shirt, long black trousers and black leather shoes and was also carrying a black office bag. He was on his way to his church/workplace in Bishan. He has been missing since leaving his flat and is uncontactable. He has had a recent surgery and may need medical help if you see him. If you have seen this man before, or if you’re rendering assistance to him, please call 90301440 to contact his family. Please help to share this on Facebook so that we can find Daniel Tan as soon as possible.

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陈先生最近动了手术,可能需要医疗上的帮助。如果你有见过他或帮助过她,请尽快致电 90301440 联络他的家人。

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