Here’s a report from Bernama that sent a spike through my heart. I hope its not Nurin whom they found. But its hard to refute DNA evidence.
PETALING JAYA, Sept 20 (Bernama) — Police confirmed the DNA test on the body of a girl found stuffed in a sports bag at a shophouse in Petaling Jaya Utama on Monday is that of Nurin Jazlin Jazimin who was missing since a month ago.
Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Arjunaidi Mohamed said blood tests on the body and Nurin’s parents confirmed their blood ties.
He said Nurin’s parents were informed of the DNA finding this affernoon.
Nurin Jazlin, 8, a Standard Two pupil of Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Desa Setapak, was reported missing on Aug 20 after going alone to a night market near her house at Section 1 in Wangsa Maju.
The body of a naked girl, believed to have been sexually abused, was found by a shophouse owner at Jalan PJS 1 on Monday morning.
Rest in Peace, dear child. Your soul is with God now.
ok, I need to go and cry. This is just so bloody senseless.
While Europe is abuzz with Madeleine McCann’s disappearance, we in Malaysia have our own missing girl in Nurin Jazimin. Nurin’s missing person poster greets me at the petrol kiosks, at toll plazas, at malls.
It was impossible to ignore the plight of the family. And Seeing Nurin’s father’s pensive face today in The Star’s front page made me blog about this.I hope this post goes out to somebody who can shed a light into little Nurin’s disappearance.
This little girl had gone to a night market near her house in Kuala Lumpur on Aug 20, 2007 and that was the last the family heard or saw of her.
It is unthinkable why people would abduct, let alone do violence to children, but it has been happening again and again around the world. From our own Ang May Hong in the 80s to the high-profile case of JonBenet Ramsey and Madeleine Mc Cann and now little Nurin, we are treated to rather sick evidence of how evil people can be.
I’ve included all these pics I can find online of Nurin for easier identification. Anyone with information on this poor child can contact 019-366 7607, 013-248 6651 or IPD Sentul at 03-4042 2222.