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     FrontPage Edition: Sat 4 Mar 2006

Body of missing toddler found under Aljunied flyover


Body of Toddler Found
A body of a young girl, believed to be Nurasyuna bte Mohamed Fauzi, who was reported missing on Wednesday, 1 March 06, was recovered by Police this afternoon under the Aljunied flyover along PIE.
In the course of investigation, Police conducted a search at the area under the flyover at 1.30pm.
At about 4pm the nude body of a female toddler with shoulder length hair was found under the lowest portion of the flyover which was less than half a metre high.
The body was covered with litter and debris.
A 30-year-old Malay man, who is the stepfather of the missing subject, has been arrested by Police. He will be charged in court on Monday for murder.
4 March 2006 @
5.00 pm

Source:  Media Release 4 Mar 2006

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Previous media release:
Appeal for Information - Nurasyuna Bte Mohamed
Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of a two -year-old girl, Nurasyuna bte Mohamed, who was reported missing by her mother on 1 March 2006. She was last seen at her home at the ground floor unit of Blk 62, Circuit Road .
At home with her grandfather then, she was discovered missing after he had finished his prayers. It is believed that the back door of the unit was left open at that time.
Police have been deployed to search for her since last night. Efforts by her family to locate her had also not been successful.
Her description is as follows:-

Name : Nurasyuna Bte Mohamed


: Female
Age : 2 yrs


: Malay
Built : Petite
Complexion : Tanned
Hair : Straight shoulder-length
Attire last worn :

Pink blouse & pink three-quarters pants

Anyone with information can contact the Police Hotline at 1800 C 255 0000.
2 March 2006 @ 12.00 pm

Source:  Media Release 2 Mar 2006

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