Updated: 15-year-old Hong Kong girl found

Yeung Man-wa was last seen on Tai On Street wearing a black coat and a pink shorts

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Yeung Man-wa, aged 15, went missing after she was last seen on Tai On Street on May 16 morning.

[UPDATE - Wednesday, May 29, 3.00pm]

According to a police spokesperson, Yeung Man-wa has been found safely.

Police are appealing to the public for information about a teenage girl who went missing in Chai Wan earlier this month.

Yeung Man-wa,15, was last seen on Tai On Street on the morning of May 16. Her family reported her disappearance to the police on the same day.

Man-wa is about 1.5 metres tall, weighs 49kg, and has a medium build. She has a round face, long straight black hair, and a rose tattoo on her upper arm. She was last seen wearing a black coat and a pair of pink shorts.

Police are urging anyone who may have information on the whereabouts of the missing girl, or may have seen her, to contact the Regional Missing Person Unit of New Territories South. The public can call 3661 1176 or 9689 7445, email [email protected], or contact any police station.