Army: Teen reported missing at Camp Humphreys in S. Korea now reunited with family
By STARS AND STRIPES Published: May 4, 2019
CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea — A Camp Humphreys soldier's teenage daughter who was reported missing, "has been located and reunited with her family," according to an Army notice posted on social media on Saturday.
A post on the U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys Facebook page said the girl is "doing fine" and added. "Thanks everyone for your assistance."
Krishtal Namkung, 14, disappeared after she told her father that she was going to eat at about 3 p.m. Friday but never returned, according to a notification on the garrison's Facebook page.
She “could possibly be accompanied by an unknown male,” it said, adding that she had left her military identification card and phone at home.
The garrison said the family lives in an apartment complex just outside Humphreys, the U.S. military’s new headquarters about 55 miles south of Seoul.