Nurin Murder Case: Woman in Red T-Shirt Not Involved

24 October 2007
Kuala Lumpur

Police have interviewed the woman in a red t-shirt captured in the closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera where 8-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin’s body was found. The 15-year-old girl surrendered to the authorities on Saturday and was released a few hours after her statement was recorded.

It is believed that she and the three men in the Perodua Kenari told police that they did not notice the sports bag that Nurin’s body was discovered in nor the man on the Modenas Kriss motorcycle.

This leaves the man on the motorcycle as the only lead that may help in investigations. He was seen on CCTV camera stopping at the Petaling Utama shoplot and carrying the bag towards the shoplot on 16 September 2007.

Anyone with information on the man is advised to contact the police or send an SMS to the Rakan Cop hotline at 32728 or contact the investigating officer, Assistant Superintendent Loh Pei Pei, at 0193577008.

The Star Online – Cops seek man caught on CCTV to help in Nurin case
<URL:http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2007/10/24/nation/19256587&sec=nation>

New Straits Times – Nurin Murder Probe: Woman in red T-shirt a teenager
<URL:http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Wednesday/National/2066993/Article/index_html>

MCW – Nurin’s Murder Case: Indonesian Woman Suspect Sentenced to Jail
<URL:http://malaysiacrimewatch.lokety.com/nurins-murder-case-indonesian-woman/>

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2 Responses to “Nurin Murder Case: Woman in Red T-Shirt Not Involved”

  1. Hi Lokety! I stumbled upon your blog while surfing. Am alerting all who blogged about Nurin on an initiative by bloggers. A group of bloggers have joined up to form Citizens for Nurin Alert and they are calling for an alert system that will help find missing children alive. Please read more about NURIN Alert in the latest issue of TELL magazine and come join us.
    Cheers.

  2. Hi tembam

    Yes, I am aware of the Nurin Alert. I think it is a good idea as long as people are cooperative and alert. It will be good if the system is shared with as many folks as possible. Thanks for the info.

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