Young lawyer seeks help from netizens to find missing husband

Young lawyer seeks help from netizens to find missing husband

- A lawyer went online trying to find her husband, whom she said was missing

- She revealed that her husband left to buy motorcyle parts for his BMW motorcycle

- His destination was Bicutan, Taguig City but on Feb. 4, but he did not come back anymore

- Someone has allegedly mentioned to her that her husband wanted to actually buy a Grandia van to surprise them

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A lawyer has sought the help of the online community to search for her husband, reported Manila Bulletin.

She took to Facebook and recounted the events that transpired prior to her husband's disappearance.

Young lawyer seeks help from netizens to find missing husband
Photo: Greta Palisoc via Manila Bulletin
Source: Facebook

"Durog na durog na po ang puso ko. Please help me find my husband," appealed Greta Palisoc.

Palisoc then reported to the Quezon City Police. She recounted that it was Feb. 4, when her husband, Febby Rich Palisoc, left to buy part for his black BMW motorcycle.

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According to the report, all efforts that were made to contact him were in vain.

She also said that her husband had told somebody that he would be buying a grandia van as a surprise for all of them, reported ZXPN.

She then said that it was the longest that she has not been with him.

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