Skull, bone pieces found in Teluk Intan palm oil estate, cops looking for next-of-kin


IPOH: Hilir Perak police are looking for families with missing relatives, after a skull and several bone pieces were found at a palm oil estate in Teluk Intan.

Hilir Perak OCPD Asst Comm Ahmad Adnan Basri said a farm worker had stumbled upon the skull at Ladang Seri Intan, Batu 5, around 11.30am on Wednesday (May 26).

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