Qiuping "Apple" YUAN

  

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Missing since: 
Sunday, November 1, 2019
Last seen: 
Concord West
Responsible jurisdiction: 
NSW
Year of birth: 
1976
 
Gender: 
Female
Height: 
155cm
Build: 
Medium
Eyes: 
Brown
Ethnicity: 
Asian

Circumstances

Qiuping Yuan, also known as ‘Apple’, aged 43, left her home at Concord West on Friday 1 November 2019 and attended a relative’s house at Russell Lea. She left about 7am and has not been seen or heard from since.

Investigations to date have revealed that Qiuping got off a train at Central Railway Station, Sydney about 10am on Friday 1 November 2019.

Qiuping is described as being of Asian appearance, about 155cm tall, of a medium build, with dark hair and brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a white and green shirt, dark pants, tan shoes and carrying a blue ‘Nike’ backpack.

Police continue to hold serious concerns for the well-being of Qiuping. 

Anyone with information which may assist in locating the whereabouts of Qiuping is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Link to CCTV of Apple -

https://www.9news.com.au/national/qiuping-yuan-sydney-woman-missing-for-two-months-new-cctv/02f462da-5dbc-48fe-ae91-bdfe41b4b057

MISSING PERSON – Qiuping (Apple) YUAN
Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a woman missing from Concord West.
Qiuping YUAN (also known as ‘Apple’), aged 43, was last seen at a relative’s home address in Russell Lea about 7am on Friday 1st November

 2019.

Police hold concerns for the well-being of Qiuping.

 

Investigations to date would indicate Qiuping exited Central Railway Station, Sydney about 10am on Friday 1st November 2019. Qiuping has

not been sighted since.

Police are appealing for public assistance to locate Qiuping who is of Asian appearance, about 65-70kgs, 153 t0 158cm tall, dark hair and

 brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a white and green shirt, dark pants, tan shoes and wearing a blue ‘Nike’ branded backpack.

 

Police urge anyone who sees Qiuping to contact Burwood Police Station on 02 9745 8499 or Ashfield Police Station on 02 9797 4099 or Crime

 Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Anyone with information about Quiping’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.

 Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.

 

 

'Serious concern' for Sydney woman missing for two months

By Inga Neilsen - 9 News
New CCTV has been released of a 43-year-old woman who left her home in Sydney's inner-west last November and has not been seen or heard from since.
As police re-appeal for public assistance to help locate the woman, their "serious concern" for her well-being remains.
Qiuping Yuan, also known as Apple, left her home at 7am in Concord West on November 1 to attend a relative's house in Russel Lea.
Neighbours have not seen or heard from her since.
The 43-year-old was last seen the same day at Sydney's Central Station, departing a train around 10am.
Police were notified of her disappearance the following day and officers from Burwood Police area command have since lead investigations and inquiries.
Ms Yuan is described as of Asian appearance, about 155cm tall, of medium build, with dark hair and brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a white and green shirt, dark pants, tan shoes and carrying a blue Nike backpack.

Anyone who may have seen her or who has information about her whereabouts is urged to call Burwood Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Qiuping Yuan, Apple: Missing Concord West woman, fresh details

A 43-year-old woman who vanished six months ago had been caring for her husband – who is twice her age – at the time of her disappearance. Police remain baffled as fresh details reveal she has not withdrawn cash, used her phone or left the country.

There’s no evidence a woman who has been missing for six months has left the country and her bank cards and phone records show no signs of activity, police have said.

Officers made a fresh appeal into the disappearance of Qiuping Yuan, also known as Apple, who was last seen in November last year.

New details also emerged into the mystery of the 43-year-old with police revealing she had been caring for her elderly husband – who is nearly double her age – at the time of her disappearance.

Detective Chief Inspector Ian Pryde fielded questions from the media at Bankstown Police Station on Monday afternoon.

Asked by a reporter if she had maybe just wanted a new life, he said it was a possibility.

Ms Yuan left her home at Concord West on November 1 last year about 7am to attend a relative’s house at Russell Lea.

In a renewed appeal, police are calling for public assistance to find the missing woman as they hold serious concerns for her wellbeing.

Detective Chief Inspector Pryde revealed she had been living with and caring for her husband who is in his early 80s.

“She is in a relationship with an older man. She was caring for him,” Det Insp. Pryde said.

 

“There was no indication prior to her leaving his residence that there were any problems between the two people.”

The couple, originally from China, had been married in Hong Kong and migrated to Australia in 2013.

Her husband is still alive.

Det Insp. Pryde said police had checked movement records from Border Force officials, phone accounts, bank accounts and Medicare.

“We’ve checked extensive inquiries and there is absolutely no sign of activity,” he said.

“We are appealing to the public as to her whereabouts or sightings or whether she would like to come forward … we are concerned about her wellbeing.”

She had made no indication to her relative before she failed to return home and no items were left behind.

Investigations found she got off a train at Central Railway Station about 10am on November 1 after visiting a family relative to her husband.

She is described as being of Asian appearance, about 155cm tall, of a medium build, with dark hair and brown eyes.

She was last seen wearing a white and green shirt, dark pants, tan shoes and carrying a blue ‘Nike’ backpack.

Anyone who may have seen her or who has information about her whereabouts is urged to call Burwood Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.