12-year-old Hong Kong boy missing from Kwai Chung since July 31

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Police have appealed for information on the missing boy from Kwai Chung

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Hong Kong police made a public appeal on Thursday for help in the search for a 12-year-old boy who was reported missing at the end of last month.

Lai Ming-sing went missing after he was last seen leaving his residence in On Yam Estate, Kwai Chung the morning of July 31. His family made a report to police on the same day.

According to police, Ming-sing is 1.6 metres tall, weighs 50 kilograms and is of thin build with a pointed face and short, black hair. He was last seen wearing a pair of glasses, a white short-sleeved T-shirt, grey shorts and blue sports shoes.

Police have urged anyone with information to contact officers at the Regional Missing Person Unit of New Territories South on 3661 1176, 5613 6963 or email to [email protected], or contact any police station.