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KUALA LUMPUR, May 13 (Bernama) -- Police are looking for the next-of-kin of a young boy aged between three and four years old who was found wandering by members of the public in Selayang on Wednesday.
Gombak district police chief ACP Zainal Mohamed Mohamed urged those with information about the boy to contact Sargeant Rafidah Abdul Aziz at 019-3509963 or the Gombak district police headquarters operations room at 03-61262222.
According to Zainal, police received a report lodged by a man on Wednesday at 2.24 pm in relation to a boy, with a height of 60 centimeters and dark completion who was brought home by the complainant’s brother.
“The complainant did not know the boy and did not know where the complainant's brother found the child,” he said in a statement today.
Zainal added that the boy was brought to Selayang Hospital for further examination and was later handed over to the Gombak Welfare Department for further action.
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