Report: Probe opened in France after Interpol chief reported missing

PARIS - French police opened an investigation when Interpol director was reported missing, police sources said on Friday.
Meng's wife, who lives in Lyon, where Interpol is based, contacted the police after not having heard from her husband since he traveled to China in late September, the sources said.
Calls to an Interpol spokeswoman went unanswered.
Meng used to be Vice Minister of Public Security in China, according to Interpol's website.