Abducted girl found safe
>15-year-old reunites with family after ‘panicked’ captors abandon kidnap plan
KAJANG: A 15-year-old girl who was waiting for her school van near her house early yesterday was abducted by two men on a motorcycle opposite her house in Bandar Tun Hussein Onn.
However, as the news of her abduction spread like wildfire in the social media and news portals, Nur Darleen Dazeera Azhar’s abductors are believed to have panicked and abandoned their plan.
It is believed the abducters left the girl not far from her house about seven hours later.
A passer-by, who recognised the girl, picked her up and sent her home where she was reunited with her family. Police said the victim was shaken up over the incident.
Investigators learnt that her abductors had held her at a house at an undisclosed location.
Kajang police chief ACP Othman Nayan said the victim, who was in her uniform, was walking alone when she was found about 3km from where she was abducted at 2.15pm.
He said the girl was later taken to the Kajang district police station to have a statement recorded.
Othman said a school van driver had called the victim’s mother at 7.10am, alerting her that Nur Darleen’s schoolmate had spotted the girl leaving with two men on a motorcycle.
Othman said the driver went to Nur Darleen’s school, SMK Bandar Tun Hussein Onn, to look for her but could not find her.
Nur Darleen’s mother then called her husband who notified the police.
Othman said police issued an alert and launched an operation to look for the girl.
It is believed investigators have identified the suspects who were involved in the case and are tracking them down.
It is also being probed if the incident was planned and if the victim was aware of it prior to being snatched. Police also sent the teenager for a medical check up yesterday.
In another incident, a 17-year-old Form Five student was nearly abducted in Taman Universiti Indah in Seri Kembangan on Wednesday.
The victim had just got off a bus and was walking home alone after school when a car pulled over next to her.
The driver grabbed her, covered her mouth and tried to push her into his car. However, the feisty girl struggled and managed to break free.
When the girl screamed for help, the man pushed her to the ground and sped off in his car. She ran to her house and her mother called the police.
Serdang police chief ACP Megat Mohd Aminuddin Megat Alias said investigations are ongoing and no arrests have been made.
A tearful Nur Darleen (left) is reunited with her mother after her ordeal.