This Father's Day is
filled with sorrow for one Oahu family.
A Honolulu man
vanished more than four months ago and his daughter wants nothing more than to
"I'll just hug
him...I don't know what I'm going to say to him...but I'm just gonna hug him
tight," said Rachel Song.
Rachel says the
greatest gift she could ask for is to be with her dad this Father's Day.
It's a day when
children tell their dads how much they mean to them and how much they are
But sometimes, she says,
you don't truly appreciate something until it's gone.
"We just miss
him so much and…we just keep thinking about those things that we didn't do good
for him. And then we never realize how good dad he was to us," she said in
her broken-English accent.
Rachel's father, Chang
Ho Han, disappeared on January 31st.
have covered the island since then. But so
far there have been no leads.
video captured Han coming out of the elevator in his Kakaako apartment at 6:50 p.m. But that's when his trail went cold.
don't know anything what happened to him," Rachel said.
father of two and grandfather of three suffers from dementia and Alzheimer's
Rachel says it is not like her father to just get up and leave despite his medical condition.
He's 5'5,165 pounds, hardly
speaks any English but is fluent in Korean.
Rachel says he frequents Chinatown, Ala Moana and Waikiki.
"When I driving
around, if I see someone like him...my heart pumping."
A Facebook page has
been set up so those looking for him can keep in contact with each other.
we are offering reward $10,000. I don't know...maybe it's not much but this is
we can afford to find my dad," she said.
"I just want to
say we love you so much and please hurry home."
If you have any
information on Han's whereabouts, call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300.
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