Zayn Rayyan murder: Police conduct drone surveillance near when body was found

PETALING JAYA: Police have deployed a drone unit to conduct aerial surveillance around Idaman Apartments.

The unit from Bukit Aman arrived at around 5pm and was seen piloting the drone for around 20mins around where the body was found.

It is known that the police were also searching for any potential hidden routes nearby.

Zayn Rayyan Abdul Matiin, a six-year-old autistic boy, was found dead about 34 hours after his reported disappearance.

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His body was discovered in a river near his home at Idaman Apartment in Damansara Damai at about 10pm on Wednesday (Dec 6).

His body was discovered in a river near his home at Idaman Apartment in Damansara Damai at about 10pm Wednesday.

Bukit Aman CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Shuhaily Mohd Zain, at a press conference on Thursday night, said that a post-mortem revealed the victim suffered injuries consistent with strangulation (compression to the neck) as well as other injuries believed to be defensive wounds.

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He added that the post-mortem revealed that the victim probably died within 48 hours from when the body was found.

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