Two childcare centre workers arrested over suspected child abuse cases

PETALING JAYA: Police are investigating suspected child abuse cases at a childcare centre (taska) here.

Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Arjunaidi Mohamed said the victim, aged one year and eight months, had suffered injuries to the cheek and other parts of the body.

A police report was lodged on June 9.

"Investigations showed that another victim, aged one year and nine months, has also been allegedly abused at the centre.

"It is believed that the second victim was beaten on the leg and head areas with a pillow.

"Both victims have been sent to hospital for treatment," he said in a statement on Friday (June 11).

Two female suspects, aged 23 and 26, were arrested on June 9.

"They are also workers at the centre.

"CCTV footage from the premises have been taken to assist in the investigation," he said.

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