More than five months after the Boxing Day tsunami, 15 Hong Kong people are still missing. All were reported to have been in Thailand. Last week Thai authorities confirmed the deaths of two more missing Hong Kong residents through the victim identification process, bringing the city's death toll to 29. But a Security Bureau spokesman declined to reveal the victims' names, ages and genders. Among the missing were one-year-old Vincent Gaude and his parents, Fritjof Gaude and Sabine Klaila. They were believed to have been at Khao Lak when the giant waves struck. Relatives of all missing local residents have been contacted for DNA samples. Analysed DNA information and fingerprint records have been sent to Thai authorities to help in the identification process. The Hong Kong government said it would continue to monitor the progress of the search for the missing and provide practical assistance to families. Hong Kong residents can call the Immigration Department's 24-hour hotline on 28293010 for assistance. For the most up-to-date information, visit www.info.gov.hk/info/tsunamis . According to the Red Cross, the latest tsunami toll is an estimated 286,000-plus dead, 7,900 missing and 1.6 million displaced.