SFPD Seeks Public’s Help Locating Missing 84-Year-Old Woman

SFPD Seeks Public’s Help Locating Missing 84-Year-Old Woman

June 2, 2021
The San Francisco Police Department recently put out a public assistance notice looking for an 84-year-old woman who is “considered at risk due to her age and possible medical condition.”
Missing person details: Jean Chang Kan Fung was reported missing on May 28, after failing to return home to her residence at Richmond District from a walk, the SFPD said.
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  • The woman, described with white hair, is five feet tall and weighs 90 pounds, was last seen wearing a puffy red or pink jacket, purple sweater, brown pants, black “UGG” boots and a red beanie with an “LG” logo.
  • She frequents Clement Street, the Golden Gate Bridge, Crissy Field and the Gratton and River Rock Casinos.
  • Those who may have information about Fung can reach the SFPD at its 24-hour tip line at 1-415-575-4444 or Text a Tip to TIP411 and begin the text message with SFPD.
  • The SPFD advised anyone who may have seen Fung to contact local authorities and “be prepared to provide her current location and clothing description.”
Other details: An Instagram Story post forwarded to NextShark via email states the family reportedly looked for Fung at the Marina, but they could not find her at the location.
  • Fung’s grandson allegedly said in another post that his grandmother “doesn’t have dementia/mental disabilities so she should be able to navigate home.”
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      Bryan Ke

      Bryan Ke is a Reporter for NextShark




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