Piseth Chhay is missing from San Francisco since Mother’s Day

UPDATE 5/26/17 – Piseth’s car that was found was not too far away from a person of interest in the case, Bob Tang.  Bob can not be located but his car was  found at the airport and towed from a lot.  Authorities believe that Tang fled to Cambodia.  Tang was last seen on May 22 when he responded to an alarm call at a residence in Antioch.  His wife reported him missing on May 24. Tang was a friend of the Chhay family.


UPDATE 5/22/17 –  Piseth’s SUV was found on Ingalls Street in San Francisco, the family said.   The car is currently going through police processing.  SFist reported that the car had been stripped “including its wheels, on a block of Davidson Avenue in the Bayview that is occupied mostly by homeless people in tents.”


Original story:  Piseth Chhay, 48, from San Francisco has been missing since May 14, 2017.

His wife, Rattana Kim told ABC7 news that Piseth is an Uber driver and a passenger left a phone in his car and she is worried it may have something to do with his disappearance, as he stated he wanted to return it.  She also said he left home on Mother’s Day to help a friend and never returned.

Piseth’s phone has been turned off and the GPS on his Mercedes is not working.

Piseth has two children and is a dedicated family man said Rattana.

Piseth was driving a silver 2008 GL550 series Mercedes SUV with license plate number 7XCS116.  Piste is 5’7″ tall, 150 pounds with black hair and hazel eyes.  He was last seen wearing a turqoise blue shirt and blue shorts and baseball cap.  If you see him or his car please call the San Francisco police at 415-533-0123.

Please visit Missing Piseth Chhay Facebook page.

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