Skeletal remains of woman believed murdered found a year later


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 11 Apr 2019

SEPANG: A surveyor stumbled upon the skeletal remains of a woman while taking land measurements at a rubber plantation near Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten) in Kampung Dato Abu Bakar Baginda here.

Sepang OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Aziz Ali said police were alerted after the man lodged a report upon finding the bones at around 10am on Wednesday (April 10).

"The man was going about his work when he noticed slippers, a pillow and clothes at one of the checkpoints.

"He took a closer look and found several big bones covered in a blanket believed to be human bones," he said when contacted on Wednesday.

ACP Abdul Aziz said the bones were found about 1km from the university rugby field and about 30m from a laterite road near an electricity substation.

"We have taken the bones, along with a pair of size six slippers, a ring with two jewels on it, a size M polka dot jacket, a bracelet, undergarments, belt and blanket.

"We believe the bones were those of a female victim who was dumped in the area over one year ago," he said, adding that they had classified the case as murder.

ACP Abdul Aziz urged anyone with information on the case to contact the Sepang police headquarters at 03-87774222 or visit the nearest police station.

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