Noemi Lagman

“Hi, I hope you can help me find my missing cousin. Noemi Lagman (21, 4’10, mid-heavy build, morena) a student of Asia Pacific College, Magallanes left her house at Multinational Village, Paranaque yesterday (January 6

) around 9am-10am to enroll carrying P33K. She was last seen at the entrance of Multinational Village near Duty Free, Paranaque. Her usual route going to school is from Multinational Village (Paranaque) to Heritage Hotel EDSA (Pasay) and to Asia Pacific College, Magallanes (Makati). Her classmates told us that she never reached school. Her mobile phone couldn’t be reached.

Please pass, please help. Thank you.”

This a post I have taken from one of my friend in Facebook. i hope this post could be of help.

Person to notify:

Noel Lagman (Father) 0921-500-1468

 

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6 Comments

  1. maybe she ran away? 33k is enough to go and run away.

  2. was she taking public transpo? where’s the bf?

  3. i hope u will find now because ur are a girl………..where ever u r take care ur self………….hope nothing bad happen to you…………gohome to ur family because they mss u s much…….god bless u………

  4. hi noemi i hope u will find because ur family miss u so much……i hope nothing bd happen 2 u………..take care ur self………god bless u all…………

  5. January 10, 2012 11:10PM Noemi Lagman UPDATE: Noemi Lagman has been found and she is now safe. Our deepest gratitude to all of you who helped us. For the final time regarding this issue, I hope you can click once more your likes, comments, and share buttons. Everyone deserves to know. It was through social media where we got the first lead and it has played a vital role in connecting all of us. We were advised by the authorities that information on how and where she was found be kept confidential for her and her family’s security and privacy. We ask for your understanding on this matter. As of this writing, there are 213 likes, 111 comments, 96 tags, and a staggering 8,114 shares on my facebook wall on posts regarding Noemi. A total of 8,534 online activity. We ask the Lord to bless 8,534 times all of you who helped us during this time. This does not include online and offline activities that I could not quantify anymore. It has been an exhausting and emotionally draining 100 hours of non-stop search, the longest 100 hours of our lives, something we will never forget. Finally I want to share with all of you the lesson we learned from this experience: love your family, love them tirelessly, love them unconditionally, because at the end of the day, it’s what matters. Marami pong salamat at pagpalain po kayong lahat. Allan Lagman Capulong (Noemi’s Kuya Pinsan) Noel Lagman (Noemi’s Father)

  6. Animals go home. This piglet has P33k. What’s next? Attention?


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