25 September 2007
Police spent a few hours taking statements from taxi driver Jazimin Abdul Jalil and his wife Norazian Bistaman at their home in Wangsa Maju in relation to the kidnap and murder of their 8-year-old daughter Nurin Jazlin Jazimin. Their daughter was kidnapped at a night market on 20 August 2007 and her naked body was found in a sports bag left at a staircase of a shoplot along Jalan PJS 1/48, Petaling Jaya Utama.
Police also said that the result of the DNA test on hair strands found on the body will be released this week.
The house owner of a unit in PJS 1/48 has come forward with clues to the male suspect. The owner had told police that two weeks ago, a man enquired about the unit for himself and his daughter to rent and stay in. When the owner asked him about the daughter, the man replied that he was afraid to bring out fearing that she would be sexually assaulted. The man agreed to the rent, left, but did not show up again.
Based on the information given by this owner, police are able to provide a photo-fit of the suspect.
The Star Online – Cops record statements from Jazimin and wife
The Star Online – DNA result on hair out soon
New Straits Times – Don’t forget Nurin: Witness comes forward, police working on photo-fit
MCW – Police to Re-interview Kampung Baru Molest Victims
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