Troop that relied on the sixth sense


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  • Sunday, 10 Jul 2005

WHEN men from the Senoi Praaq joined the team of rescuers looking for four boys – Chew Tsyr Yee, 16, his brothers Tsyr Han, 14, and Tsyr Meng, 10, and their cousin Jeremy Teo, nine –who had gone missing in Fraser's Hill last month, hope of finding them soon was raised considerably. 

Those who knew of the Senoi Praaq, which media reports described as “famed” and “legendary”, felt that if anyone could find the boys, it would be them because they were reputed to be the best trackers in the country. 

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