Sunday, 21 December 2008

FBI help sought to catch Kg Baru molester

KUALA LUMPUR: The police have sought the assistance of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to catch the notorious Kampung Baru molester, who is believed to be connected to the murder of Nurin Jazimin, eight, and the abduction of Sharlinie Mohd Nashar, five.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said the FBI’s expertise could help find new leads on the cases.

“Among some of the avenues being explored are using special forensics methods to identify the licence-plate number of the motorcycle by enhancing the CCTV footage,” he said.
The CCTV footage reportedly showed a man getting off a motorcycle and walking with a sports bag into a building in PJS 1/48 in Petaling Jaya Utama, where the body of Nurin was found in September last year.
Musa was speaking at a press conference Sunday at a cultural awareness campaign held by the Unity, Culture, Arts and Heritage Ministry at Pusat Latihan Polis at Jalan Semarak, here.
The Kampung Baru molester is believed to have resurfaced after being inactive for almost a year.

On Dec 13, nine-year-old Shaza Niera Azreena Saidon of Kampung Selayang Baru went missing for three hours.
Her description of her abductor bore a startling resemblance to the photofit released by police early this year of the man suspected to have abducted Sharlinie, who has yet to be found, and Nurin.


Do they really need FBI to do that? Gosh.....perhaps indirectly admitting their incapability.

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