Bangladeshi woman’s body cut into six found in Kuala Lumpur

Staff Correspondent | Published: 00:10, Jul 20,2018 | Updated: 00:22, Jul 20,2018

 
 

The body of a Bangladeshi woman, which was cut into six pieces, was found in two suitcases near Ipoh Road Bridge across the River Gombak on July 5 in Kuala Lumpur, according to a report of Malaysia’s national news agency Bernama.
Kuala Lumpur police chief Mazlan Lazim said that the 29-year-old victim’s husband was known as Md Shahzada Saju, 37.
He said that the police was tracking down her husband who was also a Bangladeshi national to help in the investigation of
the case.
‘Police are tracking down a witness, the victim’s husband, to help in the investigations, members of the public with information are asked to come forward,’ he said in a press conference held at the Bukit Jalil police station, in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, reported The Sun Daily.
‘The victim’s passport is also believed to be with the husband,’ he said.
On July 5, a homeless woman who lived near the location where the body was found lodged a report with the Putra Chow Kit Community police station about the suitcases.
The police later found body parts wrapped in two plastic bags and a bed-sheet in the Power Polo and USA Polo suitcases, which were found about 20.6m apart.
Police also found a locket with the Romanised word ‘Allah’ and a necklace on the woman’s body. 

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