Remains of little girl found


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  • Thursday, 07 Mar 2019

LANGKAWI: Three days after she was reported missing here, a man picked up in Ampang over 400km away finally led police to the body of three-year-old Nur Aisyah Aleya Abdullah in the undergrowth of a jungle in Gunung Raya on the tourist island.

The discovery of her grisly remains marks the end of a three-day search for the girl, who was reported missing by her Indonesian mother who left her in the care of her married boyfriend.

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