| The Star | Petaling Jaya, Malaysia | 10 Dec 2016 | Asia Samachar |
UPDATE: The girl who went missing has been found. Her mother confirmed it when Asia Samachar called her at 7.40pm today (10 Dec 2016).
PETALING JAYA: A 13-year-old girl named Sukhpreet Kaur has gone missing from her Taman Sri Sentosa home here.
Sukhpreet was last seen outside her house around 12.30pm on Friday before she went missing.
The Form 1 student of SMK Assunta was last seen wearing a red T-shirt and black jeans.
Her mother, Raspar Kaur, 42, said Sukhpreet was home alone at the time.
“She was last seen on the CCTV going outside the house around 12.30pm. She sometimes goes to a nearby shop to buy things but she has not come back,” she said when contacted on Saturday.
The family has lodged a police report at the Petaling police station.
“If anyone has seen my daughter, please call us,” said Raspar.
Anyone with information can call Raspar at 011-33853022 or Sukhpreet’s sister Taranjit Kaur at 011-33885517. – (The Star, 10 Dec 2016, 13-year-old Sukhpreet Kaur reported missing)
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