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Missing: Nur Al-Fatinah.
KUALA TERENGGANU: A mother is seeking public help to find her daughter Nur Al-Fatinah Mohd who has been missing since one week ago.
Nur Al-Fatinah, a person with disabilities (OKU) was reported missing from her home in Kampung Baru Tetambah, Manir on April 8.
Her mother, Midah Awang, 53, said she lodged a missing person report on April 9 at Manir police station.
Nur Al-Fatinah, 32, was last seen wearing a white baju kurung with red and blue flowers.
Midah said a villager claimed seeing Nur Al-Fatinah boarding a vehicle early morning on April 9 but could not be sure, as it was still dark.
Those who find Nur Al-Fatinah can contact her father, Mohd Musa at 017-9449885, brother Ismail at 013-9839224 and uncle Razali at 014-2901187. - Bernama
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