KUALA LUMPUR: Another activist is feared to have gone missing, some two months after the mysterious disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh.
Former Petaling Jaya councillor, Peter Chong Fook Meng, 54, is said to have been missing since Thursday.
It is learnt that Chong’s family lodged a police report on his disappearance yesterday.
A cryptic post made by Chong on his Facebook page, dated March 31, also raised questions over his disappearance.
“I was walking for my breakfast at my usual warung. A young motorcyclist rode up, and asked if I live around the area. I asked him back, why?
“He said he recognised me, that I like to go for protests and candlelight vigils (Pastor Koh’s vigils).
“I was a little worried and looked around but there was no one else around.
“He said he sokong (support) what I do. He said ‘tapi mahu hati-hati … sekarang banyak orang tiba-tiba hilang. Mereka semua tahu mana orang tinggal.” (“Be careful … nowadays a lot of people have suddenly disappeared. They all know where people live.”)
“I asked, mereka itu siapa? (Who are they?) He just said, pandai-pandai lah (be smart) … take care boss … and rode away. Now, is this strange?” read the post.
Peter had also uploaded some images of him attending a prayer service for Pastor Koh on Apr 4.
Chong’s last posting on Facebook was on Apr 6, the day he was believed to have went missing.
Dang Wangi district police chief ACP Mohd Sukri Kaman, when contacted, confirmed the missing persons report.
Chong’s disappearance has now since become widely spread on social media.
PKR-Bukit Lanjan executive councillor member Elizabeth Wong posted, “Dear Peter Chong. Many including your son are trying to reach you and we all really pray you are safe and sound. Hopefully you had just switched off your phone and chilling to get away from the maddening crowd. Take care and give a call to Darryl (Peter’s son) soonest.”
At press time, Chong’s family has yet to respond to queries.
Koh, 62, was abducted after a group of men stopped his silver Honda Accord along Jalan SS4B/10 in Petaling Jaya.
CCTV footage of Koh’s abduction went viral on social media, showing a professionally executed abduction involving more than 10 men in three black SUVs.
Until today, police have no lead on Koh’s disappearance.