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Help Find Missing Expat Carole Day

November 9, 2010

As previously reported by different news outfits, a British expat by the name of Carole Day has been missing since September. The British Embassy sent the following appeal to help find her:

As you may already know, a British expat named Carole Day has been missing since a business trip to the Philippines on September. Her son would be grateful for any assistance to help him find his mother.

Carole Day, mother of two and long-term British expatriate living in Hong Kong, was staying at The Corporate Inn, 1005 Ma. Orosa St. cor. TM Kalaw Ermita, Manila. She was last seen by her business partner at 9:30 AM on 12 September 2010 at LRI Design studio, 210 Nicanor Garcia St. (formerly Reposo St.), Bel-Air II, Makati City.

Carole’s son Jai Day is offering a Php200,000 reward for information leading to Carole’s return.  He can be contacted at:

Hong Kong: +852 9633 3071 / Philippines +63 0 916 440 2851 /

“Any details, not matter how seemingly trivial, will be greatly appreciated. We would be very grateful if you could spread the news and help us do everything we can to find her,” Jai Day implored.

Carole was not recorded on any Manila-Cebu flight manifests, suggesting that she may still be in Manila. However, the possibility that she made it up to Cebu unrecorded cannot be ruled out. According to Philippine Immigration, Carole has not left the Philippines.

Carole is a frequent traveller to Manila and Cebu to oversee her furniture and interior decoration business. According to her son, she intended to fly to Phuket, Thailand on 12 September from Cebu, but did not arrive at her final destination and has been completely out of contact since that date. She was due to arrive back in Hong Kong on 15 September for a number of important events, including a close friend’s funeral.

Below is a short description of Carole Day:
Height: 5’4 / Build: Skinny / Hair: Strawberry Blond, long / Eyes: Brown / Age: 56 / Last known location: Manila, Philippines

Photos of Carole are available on her Facebook page. We at Expat encourage all our readers to help out.

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