Murder suspect falls to death at police HQ

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  • Sunday, 09 Feb 2003


KAJANGA man, believed to be the prime suspect in the murder of a female bank employee, fell to his death from the fourth floor of the Hulu Langat district police headquarters here late yesterday. 

It was still not known whether the suspect had leapt to his death or had been pushed off the ledge during the 8pm incident.  

Senior police officers could not be reached for comment. 

The suspect, whose identity remained unknown, was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Kajang Hospital. 

The man was arrested within days after police detained the husband of Norhanani Yahya, who was found dead at the bottom of a ravine in Jalan Sungai Tekali, Hulu Langat, on Monday. 

The husband, in his 30s, was detained at the Kajang police station when he went there on Wednesday to have his statement taken. 

Norhanani's decomposed body was discovered at about 4.15pm by two policemen combing the area in Jalan Sg Tekali for clues on another body found a day earlier. 

Norhanani, 30, was last seen alive when she picked up her son from a nursery in Ampang on Jan 28. 

Initial investigations showed the mother and son could have been abducted and taken to an undisclosed location.  

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