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200 days and still no sign of Pastor Koh

PETALING JAYA (25/08/2017): As it approaches 200 days since the Pastor Raymond Koh (pic), the lack of a positive development into locating his whereabouts has raised concerns, says the Anglican church.
The Synod Diocese of West Malaysia (SDWM) said that numerous questions remain unanswered as to who abducted him, why he was taken, and what has happened to him.
SDWM said that as it observes this unfortunate anniversary of his disappearance on Aug 31, it continues to uphold Koh in its thoughts and prayers.
“(We) ask for God's protection to continue to be over him wherever he may be. 
“We also pray for his wife Susanna, and his children Jonathan, Esther, and Elizabeth, asking for God's comfort to remain with them in these dark days," it said in a statement Friday.
SDWM added that it will continue to pray for those involved in Koh's investigation, and hoped that even those who had abducted Koh would treat him with dignity and decency.
SDWM also said it would pray for the safety of three others who have also been reported missing: Perak activist Amri Che Mat, and Pastor Joshua Hilmy and his wife Ruth Sitepu.
It also said as the country celebrates the 60th anniversary of Merdeka, it hoped that the missing people would achieve their own "freedom" from captivity.
Koh, 62, was abducted from his car by a group of men along Jalan SS4B/10 in Petaling Jaya on Feb 13 while on his way to a friend's house. His silver Honda Accord bearing the number plate ST 5515 D was never found.

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