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Thanks for the update Uzi. But because the police admit they have no leads I fear the worse. I hope I am wrong.

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She was intending to fly to Thailand (Phuket) on the 11th/12th from Cebu, however she did not arrive at her destination and has been completely out of contact since the 12th of September. She was due

She could equally have been booked to KL via Davao and then on to Phuket. But that's not really the point: she's missing and her family is concerned.       Mark   Exactly right Mark.... but Udon

so it's 'shit stirring' to raise the point that the lady might not even be in the Philippines, based on that rather impractical-sounding itinerary.   could be in Manila. Could be in Cebu. Could be i

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she's not going to turn up in the Maldives, doing the conga with her glamorous younger Filipino boyfriend, the lady has`been murdered.

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she's not going to turn up in the Maldives, doing the conga with her glamorous younger Filipino boyfriend, the lady has`been murdered.

 

Your smart arsed comment may prove correct but insensitive and unhelpful at this time. Obviously the son has hopes and we all here also hope for a good outcome.

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Even if I am proven right, and I really hope I am not, atleast find her so that her son can take her home to her family and give her a decent burial.

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the quicker what passes for Metro Manila's murder squad gets onto it as a murder, and investigates it as a murder, the quicker they might be able to stop them from killing somebody else.

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You are right about that.

 

 

 

the quicker what passes for Metro Manila's murder squad gets onto it as a murder, and investigates it as a murder, the quicker they might be able to stop them from killing somebody else.

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Some positive action at last. Hopefully this will have the same result as finding those responsible for the British resort owners murder.

 

NBI offers P200K for info on missing British woman

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) is offering a P200,000 reward for any information on the whereabouts of British woman who has been missing for almost a month now, its spokesperson said Friday.

 

NBI spokesperson Cecilio Zamora said that friends and relatives of Carole Day, the Hong Kong-based British entrepreneur who has been missing since September 12, raised the amount as reward for any information on her whereabouts.

 

"Sa mga kaibigan at kamag-anak manggagaling ang pabuya. Ang hindi lang malinaw sa akin ay kung na-turnover na 'yung pera sa aming Manila office," he said in a phone interview on Friday.

 

(The reward will come from her friends and relatives. What's not clear to me is if the money has already been turned over to our Manila office.)

 

Zamora added that NBI has no updates yet on Day's case as of posting time. He, however, maintained that the agency has already ruled out kidnapping as an angle since no ransom demands have been received.

 

"Wala pang bagong anggulo. Kailangan talaga ng bagong impormasyon," he said. (We have no new angle. We really need new information.)

 

The Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post reported early last month that Day went missing after checking in at a hotel in Manila for a business trip. She has been completely out of contact since September 12, according to the report.

 

Local immigration officials already said that based on their records, Day never left the Philippines since the day she was reported missing.

 

A Facebook page has already been put up by Day's son, Jai Day, to gather information on her mother's whereabouts. Jai has already flown to Manila to search for his mother, and said that all agencies involved are "giving 100%" cooperation to solve the case.

 

In a Sept. 28 interview by Julius Segovia of GMANews, Day's son Jai said that based own his own knowledge, his mother arrived in the country on Sept. 10. She was supposed to have returned to Hong Kong on Sept. 15, but had not gone back since.

 

According to the GMA News report, Day had checked into the Corporate Inn in Manila upon arrival. Hotel officials said the British woman had stayed for just nearly two days. On the morning of Sept. 12, she had called for a taxi and was heard to be going to Makati.

 

According to Jai's Facebook page, her mother was "last seen at the LRI Design Studio by her business partner at 9:30 a.m. on the 12th of September." The business partner, who was not identified, said Day was planning to make a trip to Cebu and Thailand.

 

Jai said his mother has not contacted him or any relative or friend that he knows of since Sept. 12, but at first he merely assumed that "she was busy."

 

Day, a resident of Hong Kong for the past 20 years, is said to be familiar with the Philippines as she visits the country "several times a month because of her furniture and interior d

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She could equally have been booked to KL via Davao and then on to Phuket. But that's not really the point: she's missing and her family is concerned.

 

 

 

Mark

 

Exactly right Mark.... but Udonthi is just an insensitive shit stirrer shit_stirrer.gif

Here is the poor woman's son, certainly frantic with fear at the absolute worst scenario and not to mention his mum, if she is still alive... and shit-for-brains Udonthi strikes again. Can you imagine, even a little bit Udonthi, the absolute feeling of desperation going on here and all you can present for the subject is "The itinerary is totally nonsensical" and "It doesn't make sense" Look, it is obviously just a basic run down of things coming up for her travel, and doesn't go into detail. Grow a brain and some feelings for others feelings.

 

Udonthi, get the hell away from this post coz answers like yours will distress the people closely concerned with this matter if they happen to see it and you inflame, as per usual, nearly everyones feelings against you. The last time I felt I had to comment on your insensitivity and attitude was when you were disrespecting, with your insensitivity, masses of peoples, from several countries, on the commemeration of our Allied WWI dead.

 

I've come to believe that rather than you believing that you know something about just about everything, and are prepared to shout it here and show how smart and intelligent you are, I believe you may very well have some brain disorder in that you feel it essential to inflame others on a frequent basis.

 

Shame on you once again this time. I got a spare Wombat hole you can disappear down for a while. Please feel free to join the human race when you stop the sanctimonial bullshit.

Nailed it on the head Phil. Just absolutely nailed it. ...the point: she's missing and her family is concerned.

This is something udanbettergetareallife just can't comprehend. It's beyond his feeble powers. Best to let the troll go on and ignore.

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Some positive action at last. Hopefully this will have the same result as finding those responsible for the British resort owners murder.

 

Local immigration officials already said that based on their records, Day never left the Philippines since the day she was reported missing.

 

She wasn't reported missing immediately so could well have left the country at some time between the date of her arrival and the date she was reported missing. Can't BoI check this?

 

 

 

 

 

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Some positive action at last. Hopefully this will have the same result as finding those responsible for the British resort owners murder.

 

Local immigration officials already said that based on their records, Day never left the Philippines since the day she was reported missing.

 

She wasn't reported missing immediately so could well have left the country at some time between the date of her arrival and the date she was reported missing. Can't BoI check this?

 

 

 

 

 

Mark

 

Mark,

 

From her Facebook page

 

"Immigration status

According to Filipino immigration Carole has not left the Philippines, but they are unable to check internal flights.

MANIFESTS SHOW SHE DID NOT FLY OUT OF MANILA. Bear in mind there are other ways to leave the city. It is highly unlikely she would have opted for these however by choice."

 

FB also states that she was not shown on any of the top internal carriers ie Cebu Pacific & PAL

 

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Whilst it is good that this hasn't quietly dropped off the radar & NBI are intensifying (whatever that means) their search operations, the bit highlighted doesn't signal a good end to this.

 

By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 10/12/2010

Philippines intensifies search for missing British woman

Philippine authorities on Tuesday ordered stepped up search operations for a British woman who went missing during a business trip in Manila a month ago amid suspicions of foul play.

 

The National Bureau of Investigation, the investigating arm of the justice department, said relatives and friends of Carole Day had put up a 200,000 peso (about 4,500 dollar) reward for any information about her whereabouts.

 

"She seems to have vanished into thin air and she remains missing," bureau spokesman Cecilio Zamora told AFP. "We are intensifying our efforts in trying to locate her."

 

"We still don't have a clue where she is, and we are asking everyone who may have vital information to help in the search."

 

Day, a 56-year-old interior decorator and mother of two who is based in Hong Kong, arrived in Manila on September 10 to visit her business partner at a Manila showroom they operated.

 

Police said she was last seen at the establishment two days later and had told her business partner she planned to take a flight to either the central Philippine island of Cebu or to Phuket in Thailand.

 

The immigration bureau said there were no records of her having left the country.

 

The Philippine Daily Inquirer newspaper, citing a senior National Bureau of Investigation official, reported bloodstains had been found at the showroom where she was last seen, raising the possibility of foul play.

 

When asked about the report, Zamora said he could not comment on specific details of the investigation.

 

A spokeswoman for the British Embassy in Manila said they were coordinating closely with the police as well as Day's family in the search effort.

 

A proliferation of unlicensed firearms has led to a high incidence of crimes in the Philippines, and foreign tourists frequently become victims of robberies or kidnappings.

 

Also last month, two British pensioners were separately attacked and killed by robbers in the northern city of Angeles and the central island of Negros.

 

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NittanyLion

This would be the primary suspect. http://angelescity.c....php?newsID=656

 

 

Tschai Ma linked with Miller murder

Thursday, January 27

 

Dutch national Tschai Shun Ma is being linked with the Miller murder last December 16, 2010. US national William Miller was on his way to meet Tschai Shun Ma, whom he reportedly was involved with as a partner at Ma's furniture factory in Angeles.

In 2010 September, another person linked to Tschai Ma, allegedly another partner in the furniture industry, a British woman named Carole Day disappeared in the Philippines after being involved with Ma. She was last seen by Ma himself in a furniture showroom situated in Makati, Manila. It was reported that blood stains were found in the showroom, however, no further details regarding a DNA test are known.

Members of the Dutch community have revealed that Tschai Shun Ma, who has used different nicknames including 'Paul Ma', has a background of fraud in the Netherlands having swindled numerous businesses and individuals.

In the Philippines, there have been allegations of fraud by Ma, however, these still remain unproven. The fact that Miller was on his way to visit Ma at his furniture factory in Angeles City when he was shot is another point that adds suspicion to investigators. Ma would likely have had been the only one to know his planned route and departure

In the meantime, numerous persons have posted information in the comment section below that could be critical in solving the William Miller, Carole Day and possibly more murders both in the Philippines as well as in the Netherlands. Investigators are urging the public to spread this article around in order to collect even more valuable information and to revive the investigation(s) into what could be numerous crimes.

If anyone has any valuable information that may help this investigation. You may contact us at [email protected], ACPO Station 4 at 322-2146, or leave a comment below.

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well if they can find out for sure its a foreigner it will be page one if not well its off to the cold file

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