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Sisters Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, 14, Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi, 12, and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, three.
ALOR SETAR: The two suspects detained over the death of three sisters are expected to be charged with murder.
Kedah police have found evidence linking them to the siblings' death after the 19-year-old youths were taken to the crime scenes at Kampung Alor Senibong and Kampung Padang Petani, near here, on Friday.
The duo could face charges under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder, state police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim said.
Sisters Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, 14, Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi, 12, and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, three, from Kampung Alor Senibong, had gone out together on a motorcycle on Nov 29 last year.
Their mother made a report the next day that they had gone missing.
Norsyafika Nadia’s body was found face down in an abandoned padi field in their village at around 3.45pm on Nov 30.
The bodies of her two sisters were found floating in a Muda Agriculture Development Authority (Mada) canal in Kampung Padang Petani, some 3.5km away, at around 4.50pm on Dec 1.
Two youths held over murder
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