Former DLSU Lady Spiker Kim Fajardo seeking help to locate long-lost uncle
A post on Facebook has led former De La Salle Lady Spiker Kim Fajardo to believe that the whereabouts of her long-lost uncle has been revealed.
Monday afternoon, the UAAP champion setter sent out a tweet saying that her uncle, who has been missing for over three decades, has possibly been spotted around Commonwealth, Quezon City, according to a post from the Philippine Trends and news Facebook page.
Unfortunately for Kim and her family, when they headed to Commonwealth to see for themselves, the man was no longer there.
My tito has been missing for more than 3 decades now. This morning, our family saw this on Facebook. Tama name and province niya and kamukha niya relatives ko. Hoping he's my tito. Please help us look for him. Umikot na kami ng Commonwealth earlier pero wala. Thank you so much. pic.twitter.com/Ooh8rYWzpQ— Kim Fajardo (@kimfajardo9) February 5, 2018
Fajardo is now asking help for any leads to the whereabouts of the man, known as "Mang Alfred".
Here's the Facebook post for reference:
If you've seen this man or know where he is, please don't hesitate to reach out to Kim Fajardo at @kimfajardo9 on Twitter.