Friday, January 11, 2008

Another child missing - please help...

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Lets hope and pray that the child is safe and be found ASAP.


Cops begin massive search for Sharlinie
PETALING JAYA: Police have begun a massive search for five-year-old Sharlinie Mohd Nashar who disappeared from a playground about 200m from her house in Taman Medan on Wednesday.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan said a task force headed by Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohamed has been formed with Bukit Aman, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor police.

He said posters of Sharlinie and the photofit of a suspect in the attempted abduction of a six-year-old girl near her flat in Kampung Sepakat on Monday, about 2km from where Sharlinie went missing, have also been sent to all police stations located at the borders.

The girl was found three hours later in Wangsa Maju.

Musa said there was a possibility that the suspect was linked to the abduction of Sharlinie and the previous cases in Kampung Baru.

“We have told them to be on the lookout for anyone trying to cross the border with a girl fitting the description of Sharlinie.

“We have also alerted all airports and our counterparts in neighbouring countries to be on the lookout,” he told reporters at a joint press conference with Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil at the Petaling Jaya police station yesterday.

Musa said the police want to interview those who saw Sharlinie being abducted.

“The incident occurred about 11am. At that time there were several stalls and people in the area.

“So those who might have witnessed the incident should come forward to help us identify the criminals involved in the case,” he said, adding that this would enable the police to take swift action in locating the girl and nabbing the culprits.

He said those with information on Sharlinie’s whereabouts could contact her father Mohd Nashar Mat Hussain at 016-258 3450 / 016-270 9096 or call the police at 03-7966 2222 or Rakan Cop at 03-2115 9999.

Asked about a phone call and text message received by Sharlinie’s father, Musa said police were investigating its authenticity.

“People should only give genuine information and not take advantage of other people’s grief,” he said.

Musa said he has directed Selangor CPO Deputy Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar to discuss with the Taman Medan Village Security and Development Committee on having parents or an elderly person from every housing estate at playgrounds.

“By doing this, everyone, including parents and the police, will be able to monitor the children,” he said.


Sweetiepie said...

so sad to hear this.I will never let my kids playing at the park alone.not even my patio.I will watch them while they play outside the patio.Hope the police could find her."Pray for her"

Nightwing said...

Hi Sweetiepie,

Ya..must always be vigilant. Anything can happen in 1 minute..especially with ding dongs who are on the prowl.

Cat Cat said...

Sad to read the news on StarOnline... Hopefully, this little is to be found soon...

Anonymous said...

hope tat lil girl is safe..

Hazel said...

i m shocked also when i heard this bad news, hopefully she can be home soon.may god help her

Hazel said...

i was shocked also when i know this hopefully she will be safe..

Nightwing said...

Hi Cat, too..hope she will be found soon.

Nightwing said...

Hi Ladybird,

Ya..pray that she is safe.

Nightwing said...

Hi Hazel,

Ya, everyone is sad abt this and which is why the police must come out with something like Amber alert (from US) and some people already suggested for Malaysia, we can use NURIN (Nationwide Urgent Response Information Network) alert.

But up till today, nothing of this sort has been establish.

How is Nurin's case? Who sent her hospital pictures?

Really hope this is not another tragedy.

Moonlight_tears said...

This is one sad alarming story. It's getting scarier each day when I heard about kids getting missing, I pray that she will be found soon and returned to her parents safe and sound.


Nightwing said...

Hi Nicole,

Thanks for dropping by and concern. Its a sad state of affair.

Jeanne said...

Sad to hear that a child is missing. hope that everything is ok with her and she would be found asap.

Nightwing said...

Hi Jeanne,

Ya..hope she is found safe and sound.

Akmal said...

Things seriously is getting out of hand. Hope she'll be OK until we meet her back safe and sound. We don't want the same tragedy happens twice.
I am glad that there are so many people and organizations out there who are very initiative. As long as the little girl missing, let us not lose hope, pray and do whatever we can.
The neighbourhood is no longer safe, so for those with young ones, please take extra measures.

Sue said...

Haiyo..kidnapping is so rampant in Malaysia..can't believe times have changed..i'm sure immigrants has something to do with it..

Nightwing said...

Hi Akmal,

Agree with you...must keep a watchful eyes when young children is involve.

Always be alert. I remind my siblings about it too when ever they are look after the youngest and be aware of surrounding.

Nightwing said...

Hi Sue,

Ya, its kind of scary for young children nowadays. Just have to be alert and be aware of the surroundings.

Just some sickos out could be any body.

Daphne Ling said...

Hi NightWing,

Im back! And back to such sad news...A missing child, an assasinated man, and I wonder what else? Such a sad beginning to a new year...=(

Nightwing said...

Hi Daphne,

Welcome back... How are you?

Ya..not a good start to the year...but lets hope it will get better.

ruby ahmad said...

Hello Nightwing,

Gosh! How are we to live now? We are all living in fear already. How much can one have surveillance over the family? 24/7? Duh! This is bad!

Poor girl, poor family. Praying for the best outcome.

Nightwing said...

Helo Kak Ruby,

Thanks for dropping by.

Ya, its a scary place nowadays.

Always have to be alert.

Somewhere down the line towards progress in the country....society/government failed to realise the social problems that might occur during the development of the country.

Let us hope it is not too late.