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Bernama news in brief - April 9

09/04/2022 06:51 PM

DNA, FORENSIC RESULTS OF GIRL’S SKELETAL REMAINS TO BE KNOWN NEXT WEEK - COPS

SEREMBAN -- The result of the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or DNA test of a skull, molars and bone fragments of a child found at Taman Bukit Zamrud recently will be known next week.

Seremban District Police chief ACP Nanda Maarof said police were still waiting for the report from the forensic and pathology department regarding the findings.

“We are still awaiting the forensic report and DNA result. Further investigations are still ongoing," he said when contacted by Bernama.

The media had previously reported that police discovered the skull, molars and bone fragments believed to be that of a five-year-old girl, who is suspected to have been murdered, in the bushes near a water tank in Taman Bukit Zamrud near here on Thursday (April 7).

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POLICE SEIZE FIREWORKS WORTH RM20,000 IN CAR

PASIR MAS -- Police seized a variety of fireworks worth RM20,000 after they stopped a Toyota Camry car near Kampung Chica Tinggi, here at 10 am today.

Pasir Mas District Police chief ACP  Mohd Nasaruddin M Nasir said members of a mobile patrol vehicle unit came across the car, which was being driven in a suspicious manner, at Simpang Tiga Batu Karang at 9 am today.

"The team then ordered the driver to stop for inspection but the driver sped off before stopping abruptly about 10 kilometers away near Kampung Chica Tinggi and escaping into some bushes,” he said in a statement.

Mohd Nasaruddin said an inspection of the abandoned car found 13 large brown boxes containing various types of firecrackers.

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COPS LOOKING FOR WOMAN WHO RAN OFF WITH RM10,000 GOLD BRACELET

SEREMBAN -- Police are tracking down a woman who ran off with a gold bracelet worth an estimated RM10,000 in an incident at a jewellery shop in Kuala Pilah town, near here, yesterday.

Kuala Pilah District Police chief Supt Amran Mohd Ghani said a salesperson of the jewellery shop lodged a report of the incident at 8.18 pm.

“In the 3.45 pm incident, a woman in her 30s ran off with a gold bracelet weighing 36.76 grammes. She fled the scene with a man riding a red Yamaha NVX motorcycle that did not have a registration plate,” he said in a statement today.

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