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Wednesday January 29, 2014 MYT 7:06:00 PM
Wednesday January 29, 2014 MYT 7:08:59 PM
by natasha joibi
Muhamad Zariff, missing.
KAJANG: A six-year-old boy is believed to have been abducted near a kindergarten in Taman Damai Impian here.
Muhamad Zariff was abducted on Wednesday morning and have not been seen since.
“We don’t want to lose him,” were the weary words of Eryanis Dadamedah, as she recalled witnessing her son’s abduction.
The 40-year-old freelance company secretary said she was sending her two children Muhamad Zariff , 6, and Qisya, 5, to a kindergarten located near their residence in Taman Damai Impian when she noticed a white Alza trailing their vehicle.
“I was opening the door of the front seat where my children were seated, so that they could get out of the car.
“My daughter has already gotten out of the car when a man came out of the Alza parked behind us and shoved me to the ground,” said Eryanis.
“The man then snatched my son out of the car and forced him into the Alza. It all happened so fast. I remember my son calling out “mama, mama” as he was being taken away. The driver sped off as soon as his accomplice had gotten my son.
“I wasn’t able to do anything. I felt so helpless,” said Eryanis in between tears.
The mother said she then put her daughter back into the car and sped after the abductors’ vehicle.
“I tried my best to chase after the kidnappers, but I lost them at the junction,” said Eryanis.
She added that she had lodged a report at the Bandar Baru Bangi police station.
The mother of three said that the family had just moved from Penang a month ago and were adjusting to their new environment.
“I accepted a job offer in Kuala Lumpur and was excited to start afresh,” she added.
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