Saturday September 15, 2007
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) has joined in the search for eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin who went missing on Aug 22.
“Nurin has been missing for a long time. Her family misses her very much. We ask whoever is involved to please bring Nurin back,” said Citizen Crime Watch committee chairman Datuk William Lim yesterday.
Members of the foundation, thepolice and other NGOs were distributing leaflets to the public at the Sg Besi toll plaza here.
Leaflets featuring the picture and details of eight-year-old Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, who has been missing since Aug 22, were distributed at the Sungai Besi toll plaza in Kuala Lumpur Friday by members of the Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation and other NGOs. The leaflets also carried telephone numbers for anyone with information on her whereabouts to call. Nurin went missing after walking to a pasar malam near her house in Wangsa Maju on her own. - Bernama
MCA public complaints and services department head Datuk Michael Chong, who was also present, said: “The fastest way to find her is through public cooperation”.
He said his department would add RM2,000 to the reward money to anyone who can provide information on Nurin.
MCPF executive council member Datuk Robert Phang also said he would add another RM3,000 – bringing the total reward amount to RM23,000.
Anyone with information on Nurin can contact 019-366 7607, 013-248 6651or IPD Sentul at 03-4042 2222.
- The Star