Over 100 items of evidence collected from house in Chemor, says investigator in Nayati kidnapping case


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  • Friday, 19 Apr 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: A forensic team leader told the High Court here on Friday that 100 items of evidence were collected from a house in Chemor, Perak, as part of the investigation into the Nayati Shamelin Moodliar kidnapping.

Assistant superintendent of police Zuraimi Zam Zam said his team gathered hair samples and 29 fingerprints, as well as t-shirts, junk food and even segments of the mattresses found in the house.

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