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Wednesday October 23, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
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by farik zolkepli, p. aruna, m.kumar, austin camoens, jastin ahmad tarmizi, AND natasha joibi
PETALING JAYA: “You can take anything from me but leave me, my family and my baby (alone),” read the last post by the mother of 15-year-old Ng Yuk Tim before the girl was found dead.
Sim Yee Ling, 35, posted the message on her daughter’s Facebook wall at 4.30pm after her daughter had been missing for more than 24 hours.
She also spent the entire day yesterday desperately searching for her daughter at the Kelana Jaya LRT station, where she was supposed to have taken the train back to their home in the residential area of Bandar Tun Razak.
Meanwhile, the man suspected of killing the teenager posted a photograph of her on his Facebook page, urging people to help find her early yesterday morning.
The 23-year-old wrote the post at 1am, after the mother lodged a police report about her missing daughter.
In the post, the man called on those who might have information on Yuk Tim and knew of her whereabouts to contact her mother.
The photo showed Yuk Tim sitting with another girl and the suspect had even circled her image.
“Everyone please help find her. Her mother is looking for her. She came over to my house to help me make Cosplay helmets. As I had to leave for work, I sent her to the LRT station. If anyone has any info, please contact her mother. Everyone please try to search for her. She is wearing the same clothes seen in this photo,” read his first post.
At about 7am yesterday, the suspect posted another update on his Facebook profile.
“It has been an entire morning. Ah Tim (Ng) where have you been? Your mother and father are looking for you. Please don’t scare us,” read the post.
To a question in the comments below, he answered that he had been the last to see her at 3pm when he dropped her off at the LRT station in Kelana Jaya.
His posts and photo were shared over 800 times by other Facebook users.
Earlier, when contacted, Yuk Tim’s aunt Sim Yee Lian, 31, said they had tried contacting the suspect several times after she failed to return home that day.
“We tried and tried to contact him.
“Finally, he answered his phone and said he had sent her to the LRT station at about 3pm,” she said.
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