Two missing Orang Asli girls found alive and safe

10 Oct 2015 / 11:32 H.

GUA MUSANG: Two schoolgirls from Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tohoi who went missing since Aug 23 were found safe but in weak condition in Sungai Perias, here today.
Mirsudial Aluj, 11, and Norieen Yakob, 10, were found by the search and rescue (SAR) team at around noon near the area where a child skull was found yesterday.
The girls, who had been missing for 47 days, were taken Gua Musang Hospital immediately for treatment.
They were among the seven Orang Asli pupils, comprising six girls and a boy, aged seven to 11 years, who escaped from the school's hostel on Aug 23 for fear of punishment after going for a swim in a river without permission.
On Wednesday, the SAR team had also found a decomposed body of a child in the river, who was later identified as eight-year-old Sasa Sobrie.
Yesterday, a part of a child skull and rib bones were found about 500m from the site where Sasa's body was found.
The identity, however, has yet to be ascertained.
With the discovery of the two girls, the SAR team is currently intensifyting efforts to find the remaining missing children.
They are Juvina David, seven; Linda Rosli, eight; Ika Ayel, nine, and Haikal Yaakob, eight. – Bernama

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