Missing Singaporean in Cambodia found: MFA
Singaporean Sanjay Radakrishna, who was reported missing in Cambodia on Saturday, has been found safe.
This is according to the Foreign Affairs Ministry.
The ministry told MediaCorp that the Singapore Embassy in Phnom Penh is in contact with the local authorities and next-of-kin to arrange for Mr Radakrishna's return to Singapore.
According to an earlier report, the 26-year-old was travelling alone in Cambodia, and was last seen with a local mountain guide last Tuesday.
Mr Radakrishna is a trainee teacher who is completing his final year of studies at the National Institute of Education.
He had reportedly told his girlfriend that he was going to climb Phnom Aural, Cambodia's tallest peak.
He was supposed to return to Singapore last Wednesday.
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