Pensioner Missing After Getting Separated From Family On Tube Found

5 August 2017, 15:22

Police in the Central North Command Unit are appealing for the public's help to find a missing 75-year-old tourist from South Korea
Police in the Central North Command Unit are appealing for the public's help to find a missing 75-year-old tourist from South Korea

Family of a missing 75-year-old tourist are appealing for public's help to find her. UPDATE: Hoyeon Jang has been found.

UPDATE: Hoyeon was located safe and well by police in the Stratford area at about 5.15pm today (Saturday).

South Korean tourist Hoyeon Jang was separated from her husband and son on Thursday (3) at Embankment station.

The pensioner had been visiting family in London and boarded the Northern line train to High Barnet.

But the doors shut before her family members had a chance to get on, leaving them on the platform.

They signalled to Hoyeon to exit at Charing Cross, but once they reached the station, and following an extensive search, the elderly woman was nowhere to be seen.

The family reported her missing at about 8pm.

Hoyeon is 4ft 11ins tall with short black hair . She was last seen wearing a yellow jacket and blue trainers.

She has no phone , access to money and does not speak English.

Police are increasingly concerned for Hoyeon's wellbeing and would urge anyone with information on her whereabouts to call police on 101 or @MetCC.

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