Wisnu Tjandra - a director in Tomy Winata's Artha Graha Group, that includes the Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel in Bali and the Hotel Borobudur in Jakarta, who has been the object of a wide-scale police missing persons hunt since early May is apparently no longer "missing."
Jakarta Globe reports that Tjandra's family has withdrawn its missing person report filed with the police
In a press conference convened by police in Jakarta and attended by Wisnu's sister, Anastasia Sintowati and Agung Prabowo a director of Artha Graha - all declared that the missing man was safe and sound in Yogyakarta.
Neither the police, fellow workers or family members, however, have seen Wisnu Tjandra since he went missing, but all were satisfied that the man had not been kidnapped and had merely sought seclusion away from his daily existence.
Police had managed to track Winsu's whereabouts by tracing his hand phone.
Employees at an unnamed hotel had confirmed to police that the man was staying alone at the hotel and was in good health.
The family has withdrawn its missing person report from the police.
Meanwhile, Wisnu has reportedly sent a letter to his employers explaining his disappearance.
Anatasia told the Jakarta Globe: “He wrote that [he disappeared because of] a personal problem, and not a work problem or a problem with a colleague or family. Now that we’ve had contact [by text message] and through the letter, which I’m sure was written by him, I’m withdrawing the missing persons report that I filed earlier.”
Wisnu, who has worked with Artha Graha for 25 years and served as a company director since 2012, went missing on May 11, 2014.
In a letter to Artha Graha, Wisnu (51) apologized for leaving his job without permission, begged forgiveness and said he no longer deserved to be employed by the company.
The letter has been shown to his family who verified the handwriting as Wisnu's.
Where is Wisnu?
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