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Sunday, May 31, 2015

Parents arrested over child’s body buried in kitchen floor

Police have arrested the parents of a boy found buried in cement in the kitchen floor of their vacated house in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, The Star reported.
Police tracked down the 33-year-old father in Keningau, Sabah, at about 6.30pm, yesterday, the daily reported.
Police then found the mother with her two daughters staying at a relative's house in Penampang at about 1am today.
"They may be flown back here tomorrow.
"They only had two children with them. Their son was missing.
"We believe the body that we found in the kitchen of their house is their child, but we will only know for sure after a DNA test," he said.
The two girls are now in the care of their aunt in Penampang.
ACP Ali confirmed post-mortem results revealed that the body in the cement hole was that of a boy, who had died at the age of about 8 to 10. Initially police had said the body might have been that of a girl as the hair was long.
No visible signs of injury were found on his severely decomposed body, ACP Ali said.
On Friday, renovation workers had found the child’s body buried in cement after smelling a foul stench coming from a hole in the kitchen floor of the house in Taman Usaha Jaya.
It was wrapped in cloth and severely decomposed.
The parents had allegedly asked their landlord permission to repair a bathroom in March, before vacating the house without notice.
Their neighbours were reported as saying that they had heard sounds of children crying and beating from the house.
The case is being investigated for murder.

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