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PETALING JAYA: Selangor Community Policing Association (COPS) founder Kuan Chee Heng became involved in Ng Yuk Tim’s murder case when he was contacted by the mother of the victim seeking his help to find her daughter on Oct 22.
Kuan, a former police constable, said he initially thought it was a case of a girl running away from home, but Sim Yee Ling, 35, was adamant her daughter had not run away.
The grieving mother approached Kuan after reporters suggested that she seek help from him.
“She told me it was urgent so I met her at the Kelana Jaya LRT station at 5pm (on Tuesday) and the suspect was also with her. He even offered me a drink at a nearby mamak shop near the LRT,” said Kuan.
He said he began questioning the suspect on where and when he left Ng.
“I asked him how he knew the girl and who called the girl to come to his house. He showed me some SMSes and said the girl came over to help him do up his cosplay suit,” he said.
Kuan said the suspect’s answers had aroused his suspicions as his accounts were vivid and precise.
Kuan, who then noticed a wound resembling a bite mark on the suspect’s left palm, said after asking him more questions, the man confessed that “the girl was in a bag”.
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