Body of girl found near school where seven orang asli kids went missing

The remains of the girl being wheeled into the Gua Musang Hospital morgue.

GUA MUSANG: The decomposed body of a young girl has been found by local residents in the waters of Sungai Perias near here, about 500m from the school where seven orang asli children went missing more than six weeks ago.

District police chief superintendent Saiful Bahri Abdulah said local residents handed over the remains of the girl to the search parties.

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