Lost Bangladeshi woman with schizophrenia found by police, reunites with family

Submitted by Stomper Raznita

Update on Feb 9, 4.36am:

Raznita informed Stomp that her sister has been found by the police.

Original article:

Stomper Raznita is looking for her elder sister Sanjukta, 22, urgently. 

Raznita's family is from Bangladesh and they arrived in Singapore for a holiday on Tuesday (Feb 6). 

According to Raznita, Sanjukta suffers from schizophrenia. 

The two sisters were part of a group of six, comprising of family members and friends, that visited Marina Bay Sands on Wednesday (Feb 7). 

After visiting Gardens by the Bay, the group went to Marina Bay MRT Station.

As the group was queueing up to get train tickets, they suddenly realised that Sanjukta was missing.

The group quickly split up to search for Sanjukta but there were no traces of her. 

They quickly approached security personnel who advised them to call the police. 

The group called the police at around 10pm. 

Raznita noted that they last saw her sister between 9.15pm to 9.25pm, and she was wearing traditional clothes in orange, white and black. 

She also informed Stomp that she was told that the police suspected that Sanjukta had boarded a train and officers were combing through closed-circuit television footage for leads. 

Said Raznita:

“My family and I are worried sick because she can’t really speak English. She understands it though.

“Our flight is on Friday at 3.30pm, so we really need to find her fast.”

If you have seen Sanjukta or have any idea where she might be, kindly contact us at stomp@stomp.com.sg or WhatsApp (+65) 9384 3761.

You can also reach Raznita at (+65) 93557758.

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