January 25, 2008

Children Gone Missing

Girls missing, raped and murdered is not a new subject here in Malaysia but now it's getting worst and worst. Last year we just get shocked from the news of the lovely girl Sherway Ooi Ying Ying murdered by her mom's boyfriend and then another shocking news, a naked body of a girl was found stuffed in a sports bag and now the latest 5 years old Sharlinie have been missing from the playground for more than 2 weeks.

As a mother who have 2 beautiful daughters at home, this make me wonder will this happen to my lovely girls one day...? I think it's really time for us to educate our children on all the safety measurement that they have to take and be extra careful with strangers. Malaysia is not a safe place anymore with all the snatch thieves, burglars and raped cases happened almost daily. Sometime I think, how can they ever do this to a small girl that's so innocent and don't even know what is the meaning of SEX. ~grrr...

STAR - 18 Sept 07 - Child found sexually assaulted and killed*

Petaling Jaya: She was just a little girl. But that did not stop some sick monster from killing her after sexually assaulting her. Her naked body was stuffed into a sports bag and left at the staircase of a shop lot in PJS1/48 Petaling Utama yesterday. There were bruises on her neck, suggesting that she may have been strangled. There were also bruises on her hands. -what the hell they have done to the girl?

Petaling Jaya police chief Asst. Comm Arjunaidi Mohd confirmed a post mortem report that the killer had placed a cucumber and a brinjal ...omg! in the girl's private parts. "She must have endured so much pain before she died," he said.The murdered girl believe to be between 6 - 9 yrs old. Police are now looking into the angle that the girl and her parents could be illegal immigrants, since no one had come forward to claim the body.

A RM20,000 reward - RM10,000 each from MCA and an anonymous donor has been offered for information that can lead to the killer. Anyone with information can call 016-636 7333 - Mohd Ubaidi Mohd Nor (assistant of Datuk Michael Chong MCA public complaints and services dept head)

Star - 20 Sept 07 ~ "Parents should explain to their children that they should go to the nearest 24-hour convinience store, a clinic or a place of prayer to get help if they got lost."

oh well..., i think if we can afford, just get them a mobile phone or always keep an eye on them...that's safer.

Nowadays crimes happened at any place and anytime. Even the car that parked inside the police station also got driven away by the thieves. "Children should also have notes in their clothing that has the child's name, the telephone numbers of parents to enable the public or the police to contact them." ya~ this is a good idea and might help for the kids under 7 yrs old.

Together we help to fight the crimes... call police if we suspect anything or any people committing crime ... !



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