Nurin’s Murder Case: Indonesian Woman Key to Evidence

1 October 2007
Kuala Lumpur

The Indonesian woman who was arrested in Nilai on Saturday in connection with the kidnap and murder of 8-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin has been at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre where police are trying to obtain the SIM card that she swallowed earlier.

Police believe she is the woman captured on closed-circuit television camera sitting next to the sports bag that contained Nurin on 17 September 2007. She is alleged to have used the card, including four more found with her, to make phone calls and SMS to the police, taunting them. She is also said to have contacted Nurin’s parents, telling them their daughter was with her.

In Nilai where the woman was picked up, police hope to find Nurin’s white blouse, slippers and ropes that were used to tie her.

One of the four men who were arrested in Shah Alam on Friday was the woman’s boyfriend, who gave the lead to police to arrest her.

Nurin’s father Jazimin Abdul Jalil denied knowing the woman and receiving any messages from her.

New Straits Times – Nurin murder probe: Search for hideout as suspect keeps mum

MCW – Nurin’s Murder Case: Second Woman Arrested, Collapsed in Court

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