Girl’s body identified, another found in Nilai

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  • Thursday, 19 Jun 2003

IPOH: The decomposed body of a girl found near an orang asli village in Simpang Pulai has been identified as that of 17-year-old Leong Kah Yee from Taman Gemilang, Bercham here. 

Her body was claimed by her family from the Ipoh Hospital mortuary at about 8am yesterday. 

The family identified Kah Yee through her clothes and a necklace. 

On June 11, the Kampung Lalang village head found her body. 

Kah Yee, a waitress in a pub here, did not return home after work on June 1.  

Ipoh deputy OCPD Supt Che Sab Hanafiah said police were looking for two men.  

In another case, Nilai police are appealing to those with a missing family member to contact them following the discovery on Tuesday of the remains of a woman in her 20s.  

She was believed to have been murdered and then dumped into a ravine at the 44th kilometre stretch of the Elite Highway. 

Nilai OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Khalid Abu Hassan said the victim, clad in a white T-shirt and blue jeans, was about 1.6m tall, had curly shoulder-length hair and was of fair complexion. 

Those with information can contact ASP Zaba Abdul Rahman at 06-763 5522 or the nearest police station.  

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