Cops: No witch doctor rituals to find missing runner

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  • Saturday, 06 Apr 2019

IPOH, 26 Mac -- Ketua Polis Perak, Datuk Razarudin Husain pada Majlis Pemakaian Pangkat Ketua Polis Perak Dan Serah Terima Tugas Timbalan Ketua Polis Perak di Mes Pegawai Kanan Polis Perak hari ini. --fotoBERNAMA (2019) HAK CIPTA TERPELIHARA

IPOH (Bernama): Police have not received any reports about witch doctor rituals to find Mohammad Ashraf Hassan, 29, who went missing while participating in the Gopeng Ultra Trail 2019 on March 23, says Perak police chief Datuk Razarudin Husain @ Abd Rasid (pic).

He rubbished talk that such rituals were taking place, saying all search operations followed normal procedure.

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