& # 39; You just can't disappear without leaving a trace & # 39 ;: Shattered daughter makes a desperate plea to find her mother who mysteriously disappeared during a Uber trip in broad daylight
- Jen Bowen, from Adelaide, has traveled to Malaysia more than twelve times
- Her mother disappeared without a trace in the country during an Uber journey
- Grandmother was abroad with her husband Frank visiting her dying mother
- & # 39; There must be someone who knows something, & # 39; said Mrs. Bowen emotionally
Anna Jenkins (photo) disappeared from Malaysia in December 13, 2017
A heartbroken woman made a desperate plea to find her 67-year-old mother who mysteriously disappeared two years ago.
Jen Bowen, from Adelaide, has traveled to Southeast Asia more than twelve times since December 2017, when her mother Anna Jenkins disappeared without a trace in Malaysia during an Uber daylight tour.
& # 39; There must be someone who knows something. You just can't disappear without leaving a trail & # 39 ;, Bowen said Nine news.
Adelaide's grandmother and her husband Frank were visiting her dying 101-year-old mother abroad.
Adelaide's grandmother was abroad with her husband Frank (pictured together) visiting her 101-year-old mother who was extremely ill
She went to the dentist – something she usually did in Malayisa – before going to an Uber to visit her mother.
Mrs. Bowen said her mother reportedly asked the Uber driver to stop halfway through the journey and she got out of the car outside an orphanage in Penang.
& # 39; And that's it, that's all we know, & # 39; she said.
That is the last time Mrs. Jenkins was seen.
Her family has traveled to Malaysia repeatedly, printed 12,000 posters, and hired a private security team to find her.
The family got hope last year after they saw a woman who was remarkably similar to Mrs. Jenkins.
Jen Bowen (photo) hopes that her mother is OK even though she has been missing for two years
The woman looked so much like Mrs. Jenkins that even Bowen thought from a distance that the search was over.
Earlier this year, Ms. Bowen said there had been 20 reports from Ms. Jenkins – who had all Malaysian authorities investigated.
& # 39; We are in Australia. We feel so helpless to be here. We just don't have the manpower itself, & Mrs. Bowen said Today tonight in June.
She went to the dentist – something she usually did in the Asian country – before going into an Uber to visit her mother, but halfway through the journey she came from the Uber
To make matters worse, Mrs. Bowen's 80-year-old father was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and dementia.
Mrs. Bowen shared on Facebook that her father was struggling without his wife during treatments.
& # 39; He really misses mom and said it & # 39; is alone at night and feels the worst that he misses mother the most, & she wrote on Facebook.
& # 39; It is so sad to hear the pain and then see on his face how sad he is. & # 39;
& # 39; I just want her to stay strong and just know that we love her and don't stop looking for her & # 39 ;, Bowen said.
Her family has traveled repeatedly to Malaysia, printed 12,000 posters (photo) and hired a private security team
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