13-year-old Hong Kong girl missing from Mong Kok home since April 7

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Police have asked anyone with information to contact the Regional Missing Person Unit of Kowloon West.

She went missing from her Mong Kok home on April 9.

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Hong Kong police made a public appeal on Sunday for help in the search for a 13-year-old girl who was reported missing earlier this month.

Chan Ka-yi went missing after she was last seen leaving her residence in Maple Street the night in April. Her family made a report to police on the April 9.

According to police, Ka-yi is 1.6 metres tall, weighs 36 kilograms and is of thin build with a pointed face and long, black hair. She was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, grey shorts, white sports shoes and carrying a transparent shoulder bag.

Police have urged anyone with information to contact officers at the Regional Missing Person Unit of Kowloon West on 3661 8038, 9020 6542 or email to [email protected], or contact any police station.

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