This newspaper believes a reward
for information about the
disappearance of Siriyakorn
'Bung' Siriboon should be made.
THE disappearance of a child has an
emotional impact on the community as well as
The public has responded with hundreds of phone calls to Victoria
Police detectives trying to trace
13-year-old Siriyakorn "Bung" Siriboon, who
went missing while walking to school 10
Herald Sun crime investigator Charlie Bezzina, a former homicide
detective, has called for a review of the
case and this newspaper believes a reward
for information should also be made.
Missing children weigh heavily on the national consciousness. The
disappearance of Queensland schoolboy Daniel
Morcombe caused his parents to launch a
child safety app through iTunes that can be
downloaded to a mobile phone.
There is a panic button alerting parents to the child's exact
location as well as emergency phone numbers.
Daniel was the same age as Bung when he disappeared from a bus stop
on the Sunshine Coast more than eight years
A man was arrested last year when some of the teenager's remains
were found in Queensland's Glass House
The disappearance of English girl Madeleine McCann five years ago
caused international consternation.
Maddy, as she was known to her parents, vanished during a family
holiday in Portugal.
The continuing search for Maddy, who vanished only days before her
fourth birthday, was shown on Four Corners
on the ABC last week.
Scotland Yard detectives believe someone, somewhere, can help them
solve the mystery. The same can be said of
the disappearance of Bung Siriboon.
You may be able to relieve her parents' grief by contacting Crime
Stoppers on 1800 333 000.