The Mystery Box
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The Mystery Box

McDonald’s Aids in the Search for Missing Boys

Two school friends completely vanish without a trace

The community of Singapore will never forget the case of the “Missing McDonald’s Boys” as they have kept their story on the forefront ever since they disappeared in 1986. Toh Hong Huat and Keh Chin Ann, both twelve years old at the time, vanished into thin air. When the fast-food restaurant giant, McDonald’s, posted a reward for $100,000 to entice people to come forward with information about the location of the boys, the moniker “Missing McDonald’s Boys” stuck.

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Rivy Lyon

Rivy Lyon

Crime Journalist | Criminology, Psychology & Sociology B.A. | Studying Forensic Psych | I’ve loved true crime since Forensic Files was Medical Detectives!