KILLERS OF 3 SISTERS ARRESTED because of a dream…

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These 3 sisters were murdered. There were no clues and no suspects. Then, the eldest returned in a dream to their father and gave him a name!

Malay Mail Online

Murder of Kedah sisters: Dad wants killers to hang

ALOR STAR, April 9 — “I am not satisfied, I want the mandatory death sentence (for whoever took my daughters’ life), if not, a punishment that is very severe,” said a father whose three daughters were found murdered two years ago.

The High Court here today had sentenced Mohd Firdaus Mohd Faridul, 20, to 18 years jail for causing the death of one of the three siblings, Noor Syafikah Nadia Rusdi, 14, at an abandoned paddy field in Kampung Alor Senibong, Mukim Tajar, here on November 29, 2013.

The father, Rusdi Rani, 40, said he and his wife were living in darkness and they had lost their sense of direction since the tragedy that snatched their daughters’ lives in an instant.

“My daughters died because they were murdered, why did the killer not receive the death penalty, any parents who lost their loved ones this way will never feel satisfied even in the Hereafter,” he said when contacted by reporters here today. –

See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/murder-of-kedah-sisters-dad-wants-killers-to-hang#sthash.15sxpP0l.dpuf

Murder of 3 sisters: Youth charged

ALL THREE SISTERS HAD BEEN FOUND, DEAD!!! Now the police say that the two killers have been arrested…

NST

28 January 2014| last updated at 02:00PM

Murder of 3 sisters: Youth charged

ALOR STAR: A 19-year-old youth was today charged at the Magistrate Court here with the murder of Noor Syafikah Nadia Abdullah, 14, one of the three sisters from Alor Semela who were killed in last November.

Mohd Firdaus Mohd Faridul from Kampung Gelam in Jalan Datuk Kumbar here is alleged to have committed the murder at Alor Senibong between 9.30pm and 11.30pm on November 29, 2013.

Mohd Firdaus, who was clad in a yellow-striped shirt, nodded when the charge was read to him but no plea was recorded.


Mohd Firdaus Mohd Faridul, a suspect in the murder of 3 sisters taken to Alor Star Magistrates Court. — NSTP/Sharul Hafiz Zam

Read more: Murder of 3 sisters: Youth charged – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/murder-of-3-sisters-youth-charged-1.472273#ixzz2rfmGqB5V

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Mohd Firdaus Mohd Faridul.

Mohd Firdaus Mohd Faridul.

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These 3 sisters were murdered. There were no clues and no suspects. Then, the eldest returned in a dream to their father and gave him a name!

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Sisters Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, 14, Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi, 12, and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, three.

Sisters Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, 14, Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi, 12, and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, three.

Teen suspects expected to be charged with murder over death of sisters

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Rusdi Rani trying to contain his tears while being interviewed at his home in Kampung Alor Semela, Alor Star, yesterday. With him are his mother, Robiah Daud, and wife, Siti Aisyah Ariffin. Pic by Sharul Hafiz Zam

Read more: Dream ‘solves’ sisters’ murder – General – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/nation/general/dream-solves-sisters-murder-1.464136?cache=03%2F7.202220%2F7.288059%3Fkey%3DMalaysia%2F7.501921%2F7.541994#ixzz2qkFs8ZpU

NST

17 January 2014| last updated at 12:43AM

Dream ‘solves’ sisters’ murder

FROM BEYOND? Victims’ father told to look for ‘Ehsan’, leading to arrest of two youths

On Tuesday, the sisters’ 39-year-old father, Rusdi Rani, had a strange dream, in which his eldest daughter appeared before him.

In the dream, she told him to tell police to look for someone named “Ehsan”.

He related it to his 40-year-old wife, Siti Aisyah Ariffin, who said the name rang a bell.

The couple reported the matter to the police.

Checks revealed that one of the suspects’ nickname was “Ehsan”.

Further checks linked the duo to an electronic device belonging to Noor Syafikah, sold to a buyer on the night of the murders, which had since been recovered by police.

State Criminal Investigation Department chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Mohd Nashir Ya said the suspects were arrested on Wednesday.

Star

Friday January 17, 2014 MYT 8:48:58 AM

Two youths held over murder

ALOR SETAR: Police have got a breakthrough in last November’s murder of three young sisters and is expected to solve the case soon.

Two 19-year-old boys were picked up from their homes in Jalan Datuk Kumbar here between 5.30pm and 11pm on Wednesday – after more than a month of investigations.

They were believed to be the last people to be with the girls on that fateful night.

The 19-year-old suspect (purple color shirt) who was believed involved in the murder case of three sisters at Kampung Alor Senibong and Kampung Padang Petani, Langgar, Kedah after they were reported missing on Nov.29 2013 was escorted by police to Alor Setar Court to apply for remand order under Section 117 of Penal Code to facilitate in the investigation of the murder case under Section 302 Penal Code yesterday.He was remanded till 22 January 2014 by Senior Registrar of Alor Setar Court Wan Nor Fazila.The body of Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi,14, was found in an abandoned padi field in their village at around 3.40pm on Nov.30.The bodies of her  yougest sisters Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi,12 and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi,3, were found floating in a Muda Agriculture Development Authority (MADA) canal in Kampung Padang Petani some 3.5km away at around 4.50pm on Dec.1.(All the facts above are correct as mentioned on The Star article dated 28th Dec title : 34 suspects questioned over murder of three sisters

The 19-year-old suspects (above and below) being escorted by police to the court.”

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Two youths held over murder

Video: A mysterious murder of three sisters in Malaysia

Star

Thursday January 16, 2014 MYT 3:40:23 PM

Two teenagers remanded over death of sisters

"One of the suspects being led to court on Thursday."

“One of the suspects being led to court on Thursday.”

ALOR SETAR: Two 19-year-old suspects have been remanded by the police over the death of three sisters at Kampung Alor Senibong and Kampung Padang Petani, near here.

The suspects were detained on Jan 15 to facilitate into investigations. The police have applied for a remand order at the Alor Setar Court under Section 117 of the Penal Code on Thursday before Senior Registrar Wan Nor Fazila.

Sisters Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, 14, Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi, 12, and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, three, from Kampung Alor Senibong, had gone out together on a motorcycle on Nov 29 last year.

Two teenagers remanded over death of sisters

NST

One of the suspects brought to court for a remand orderRead more: Murder of 3 sisters: 2 teenagers remanded – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/murder-of-3-sisters-2-teenagers-remanded-1.463614?cache=03%2F7.202804%3Fpage%3D0%2F7.250291%2F7.288063%2F7.478118%2F7.478118%2F7.478118%2F7.478118%2F7.502513%2F7.502513%2F7.502513%2F7.502513#ixzz2qYQEO8ba

Star

Friday December 6, 2013 MYT 7:00:51 AM

Police looking for new leads into death of three sisters

GEORGE TOWN: Police are reconstructing the events leading to the deaths of three sisters in Alor Setar to look for new leads into the case, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said.

He urged those who have met or seen the siblings on the day of the incident to come forward to assist in the investigations and for the public to be patient.

n Alor Setar, Kota Setar OCPD Asst Comm Adzaman Mohd Jan said the 16-year-old student who was remanded to facilitate investigation into the case has been released from police custody.

The boy, who has been on remand since Monday, was released yesterday.

The boy, who is from Arau in Perlis, was reportedly detained for questioning after his telephone number was found on Norsyafika’s mobile phone.

Police looking for new leads into death of three sisters

The teen’s mother added that it was impossible for her son to be in Alor Star, as he had no means to get there.

“He only borrows my motorcycle if he needs to go somewhere. The motorcycle was with me during the period when the incident was supposed to have taken place.”

NST

4 December 2013| last updated at 11:17PM

Suspect’s parents say he is innocent

ARAU: …the parents of a 16-year-old student here are having sleepless nights after their son was picked up by police to facilitate investigations into the murders.

In an exclusive interview with the New Straits Times yesterday, the couple claimed that their son had contacted Noor Syafikah through text messages only three days before the incident.

“My son has never even met the victim. He only got her handphone number from a friend and exchanged a few text messages with her.

Star

Wednesday December 4, 2013 MYT 7:21:37 AM

Cops scour area for evidence in triple murder

ALOR SETAR: Police are scouring the bushes at two locations in Jalan Langgar here for more evidence in the murder of three sisters here.

The search, with the help of a K9 dog unit, is being carried out in the areas where the body of Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, 14, was found face down in an unused padi field in Kampung Alor Senibong on Satur­day, and where Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi, 12, and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, three, were found floating in a canal in Kampung Padang Petani, some 3.5km away on Sunday.

Cops scour area for evidence in triple murder

NST

02 December 2013| last updated at 05:52PM

Teenager from Perlis detained in sisters’ death: Police

ALOR STAR: A 16-year old male student from Perlis was held under a four-day remand to assist in the investigation into the death of three sisters who were reported from their home here on Friday.

Kota Star police chief ACP ADzaman Mohd Jan said the boy, who was a friend to the eldest sister, was picked up at his house in Arau, Perlis at about 11.30pm today.

Post mortems on the girls revealed that they drowned without any markings of stangulation or signs of rape or sexual abuse

Do the police have a lead or are they throwing out a wide net to see what they can catch?

NST

ALOR STAR: Police looking for a teenager, believed to be boyfriend of Noor Syafikah to facilitate investigation into the sisters’ murder says Kedah CPO.

Berita Harian

Kematian 3 beradik: Polis buru teman lelaki mangsa

2013/12/02 – 11:08:27 AM

ALOR SETAR: Polis Kedah sedang mencari teman lelaki kepada salah seorang daripada tiga kanak-kanak perempuan yang ditemui mati di sini, untuk membantu siasatan.Ketua Polis Kedah, Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim, berkata teman lelaki mangsa, Norsyafika Nadia Rosdi, 14, dipercayai berada di Perlis dan polis akan menjejaki lelaki berkenaan bagi membantu siasatan menyelesaikan kes berkenaa”Setakat ini kita sedang mendapatkan maklumat mengenai teman lelaki mangsa,” katanya pada sidang media, di sini.Beliau berkata, sehingga kini polis belum membuat sebarang tangkapan, namun sudah berjaya mengumpul saksi bagi membantu siasatan.

NST

2 Dec 2013

TRAGEDY: Police believe it was murder based on the way bodies were found

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State police chief Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim said police believed the sisters’ deaths was murder.

“This is based on the way the bodies were found and the locations. We believe there are elements of foul play and we will investigate the case as murder until it is proven otherwise,” he said at the place where the bodies of the two younger sisters were found.

Ahmad said police found a T-shirt and a pair of pants, both believed to be Syafikah’s, not far from where her body was found and were waiting for her parents to identify them.

Misteri kematian 3 beradik

2013/12/02 – 05:27:03 AM Oleh Adha Ghazali dan Suzalina Halid

Misteri kematian 3 beradik MAYAT mangsa, Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, 3, dijumpai di tali air Kampung Padang Petani, semalam, susulan mangsa tiga beradik yang hilang di Alor Senibong, Alor Setar petang kelmarin. Gambar kecil mangsa (dari kiri), Noor Syafikah Nadia, Nur Izzati Husna dan Puteri Nurul Akma. – Foto Eizairi Shamsudin

Misteri kematian 3 beradik

ALL GONE, ALL THREE DAUGHTERS, THEIR ONLY CHILDREN!

Triple tragedy strikes family

ALOR SETAR: Siti Aishah Ariffin, 40, was frantic when her three daughters went missing. And then, things got worse and worse. To her horror, her eldest daughter Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, 14, was found dead.

It was a mother’s worst nightmare. Siti Aishah Ariffin, 40, lost all her three children under tragic and puzzling circumstances. Just as she buried her eldest daughter, who was found dead in a padi field, she learnt that the other two were also dead in a canal 3km away. All three are believed to have been murdered.

It was a mother’s worst nightmare. Siti Aishah Ariffin, 40, lost all her three children under tragic and puzzling circumstances. Just as she buried her eldest daughter, who was found dead in a padi field, she learnt that the other two were also dead in a canal 3km away. All three are believed to have been murdered.

NST

01 December 2013| last updated at 10:31PM

Noor Syafikah laid to rest

Mourners carry the remains of Noor Syafikah Nadia Rosdi, 14, for the funeral in Alor Semela, Alor Mengkudu. NSTP/Rahmat Othman

The grieving parents Rusdi Rani and Siti Aisyah Ariffin (right) as they waited to claim the body of Noor Syafikah Nadia, 14, at the Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital. They are also grieving over the death of two other daughters Nur Izzati Husna, 12, and three-year-old Puteri Nurul Akma whose bodies were found floating in a canal in Kampung Padang Petani in Langgar, Alor Star. NSTP/Eizairi Shamsudin

Noor Syafikah laid to rest

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The girls’ uncle Mazlan Ariffin, 51, said they were last seen by his son near a coffee shop at their village at about 9pm.

Star

Monday December 2, 2013 MYT 7:26:09 AM

Employer baffled by death of girl

ALOR SETAR: The woman who had hired Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi was left baffled over the death of a young girl whose body was found floating in a padi field.

Rohani Ariffin, 44, runs a business providing bottles for a liquid detergent company and had hired Norsyafika to help clean the bottles.

Norsyafika and her sisters had left their house to collect her monthly wages from Rohani, who lives about 6km away.

They never came home.

Their bodies were found in two unconnected places several kilometres away.

Rohani, when met yesterday, said no one was home that night when the girls were said to have come to her house. She and her family had left for her relative’s house in Pokok Sena at 3pm on Friday.

“I only knew the girls were missing when their father came to my house after midnight the same day to ask about their whereabouts.

Employer baffled by death of girl

NST

1 December 2013| last updated at 06:13PM

Bodies of missing sisters aged 3 & 12 found in Sungai Langgar

ALOR STAR: The bodies of two sisters aged 12 and three who were reported missing from their home on Friday, were found in a river near Pekan Langgar, a day after the semi-nude body of their elder sister was found in a padi field in Alor Senibung, Tajar here.
Kedah Criminal Investigation Department chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Nashir Ya confirmed the discovery of the bodies of Nur Izzati Husna, 12, and three-year-old Puteri Nurul Akma at 4.50pm.
He said the post mortem on the elder sister Noor Syafikah Nadia Abdullah, who was found clad only in her bra and lying slumped in the abandoned padi field by the villagers at 3.45pm yesterday, revealed that she was drowned.

The police had brought in the K9 unit and the Fire and Rescue Department to locate the missing girls.

K9 police unit at the scene to trace the missing two sisters in Alor Senibong, Tajar, in Alor Star, Kedah. NSTP/Eizairi Shamsudin Keywords

Search and rescue personnel combing the area at Alor Senibong where a 14-year-old girl went missing after leaving home with her two younger sisters on Friday. — Eizairi Shamsudin

Read more: Bodies of missing sisters aged 3 & 12 found in Sungai Langgar – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/bodies-of-missing-sisters-aged-3-12-found-in-sungai-langgar-1.417889?cache=03%2F7.184143%2F7.494333%2F7.490557%2F7.490557%2F7.490557%2F7.490557%2F7.490557%2F7.556030%2F7.576388%2F7.576388#ixzz2mDoasqIH

Star

Sunday December 1, 2013 MYT 5:54:10 PM

Bodies of two sisters missing since Friday found

ALOR SETAR: The bodies of two girls, who went missing on Nov 29, were recovered in Sungai Langgar, several kilometres from where their 14-year-old sister’s body was found.

Police found Nur Izzati Husna Rusdi, 12, and Puteri Nurul Akma Rusdi, three, at about 4.50pm Sunday.

The body of their sister, Norsyafika Nadia Rusdi, was found with her face down in a padi field at 3.45pm Saturday in Kampung Alor Senibong.

The girls were reported missing from their house in Kampung Gelam for more than 12 hours before their worried mother lodged a report.

http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2013/12/01/missing-sisters-found-kedah.aspx

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Star

Sunday December 1, 2013 MYT 12:34:52 PM

14-year-old girl found dead in padi field

The body of a 14-year-old girl who was found dead in Alor Setar, Kedah. Police are still looking for her two younger sisters.

The body of a 14-year-old girl who was found dead in Alor Setar, Kedah. Police are still looking for her two younger sisters.

ALOR SETAR: A body of a 14-year-old girl was found in a padi field in Kampung Alor Senibong after she was reported missing from her house in Kampung Gelam for more than 12 hours.

Her two young sisters aged 12 and three who left the house with her are still missing.

Kedah CID chief Assist Comm Mohd Nashir Ya said the 14-year-old girl’s body was found laying facedown inside a padi field at 3.45pm on Saturday.

14-year-old girl found dead in padi field

NST

1 December 2013| last updated at 02:00PM

Search to locate 2 missing girls intensified

ALOR STAR: Police had roped in its K9 unit and the Fire and Rescue Department to locate the two girls who are still missing after the body of their 14-year-old sister was found in a padi field at Alor Senibung here yesterday.

State Criminal Investigation Department chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Nashir Ya said police had mounted a search party to locate the girls who had gone missing after leaving their home in Jalan Datuk Kumbar with victim, Norsyafika Nadia Rosdi on Friday evening.

The two missing girls are identified as Nur Izzati Husna, 12, and three-year-old Puteri Nurul Akma.

Nashir said Norsyafika’s body was found by villagers about 3.45pm yesterday, who later alerted the police.
Read more: Search to locate 2 missing girls intensified – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/search-to-locate-2-missing-girls-intensified-1.417945#ixzz2mCZ4rlU5

NST

01 December 2013| last updated at 01:05PM

Girl, 14, found dead, sisters aged 3 & 12 missing

ALOR STAR: A 14-year-old girl who went missing after leaving home with her two younger sisters on Friday, was found dead in a padi field at Alor Senibung, Tajar here, clad only in bras yesterday evening.

Victim Noorsyafikah Nadia Rusdi was found slumped in the padi field by police about 3.45pm while her 12 and three-year-old sisters are still missing.
Kedah police chief Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim said the victims’ parents had lodge a missing person report early yesterday after the girls failed to return home until late Friday.

Girl, 14, found dead, sisters aged 3 & 12 missing

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