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Published: Sunday April 27, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Sunday April 27, 2014 MYT 1:57:54 PM

Missing son found dead by villagers

Tragic end: Kg Opar villagers helping to bring the body of the victim to a police truck.

Tragic end: Kg Opar villagers helping to bring the body of the victim to a police truck.

BAU: A father here is mourning the sudden death of his son.

“He told me he wanted to feed the pigs on Friday afternoon. That was the last time I saw my son,” he sobbed.

The deceased, 36, from Kampung Opar was found dead by villagers in a forest, which was about 15 minutes on foot from his house around 1pm yesterday.

Police found no signs of foul play and have classified the case as sudden death.

The distraught father, 58, said his son worked as a security guard in an oil palm plantation. He leaves behind a wife and five children.

Meanwhile in Serian, a motorcyclist was killed after he plunged into a drain near Tarat yesterday. The deceased, 67, was from Mile 35, Jalan Kuching-Serian.

According to a police spokesman, it is believed that the victim lost control of his motorcycle along Jalan Lok Foo Lama.

“We were told that the motorcyclist was heading to a market in Tarat Jaya,” the spokesman said, adding the body had been sent to the Serian Hospital mortuary.

Tags / Keywords: East Malaysia, Courts & Crime, He told me he wanted to feed the pig in Friday afternoon and that was the last time i saw my son, ¿ said a downtrodden father


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