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PDRM: Almost 800 Children Have Been Reported Missing in Malaysia Since 2014

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Report: Almost 800 Children Have Been Reported Missing in Malaysia Since 2014 - WORLD OF BUZZ
Source: Asia Pacific Curriculum
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Omg, that’s a concerning number of lost children! 

Based on a report which was released via PDRM’s (Polis Diraja Malaysia) official portal of Missing Children, exactly 834 cases of missing children have been reported since 2014. FYI, the records of missing children and teenagers were first stored in 2014.

At the time of writing, the PDRM website has recorded 572 missing girls, while the remaining 262 missing cases involved boys. The number of children who are yet to be found, according to race, are listed below:

  • Malay – 421 children 
  • Indian – 137 children 
  • Chinese – 78 children 
  • Others – 628 children

Source: Siakapkeli

The highest number of cases of missing children was recorded in Johor with 142 cases, followed by Selangor with 140 missing children cases. On the other hand, Kuala Lumpur recorded 115 cases of missing children and Sabah has 100 cases of missing children. Conversely, Perlis recorded the lowest number of missing children cases with only 3 lost kids reported. In addition to that, the three other states with the lowest records of missing children are as shown below:

  • Terengganu – 11 cases 
  • Pahang – 23 cases 
  • Kelantan – 28 cases

Siakap Keli, who first brought the matter to public attention following the release of the report, further urged the public to go to the police if they have information about the missing kids. Do take note, guys! 

The site wrote,

“To anyone with information (on the missing children), you can contact the nearest police station or the investigating officer of the Sexual, Women and Children Investigation Section (D11) at 03-2266 6313 or email [email protected]

Source: Siakapkeli

This is certainly frightening! 

On that note, those with information about the missing kids in the PDRM’s database, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your nearest police station. If you’d like to know more about the missing kids, you can do so by heading over to the PDRM’s Missing Children website here

 

Also read: M’sian Police Reveals That On Average, 4 Children Go Missing Every Day in Our Country

Malaysian Police: On Average, 4 Children Go Missing Every Day in Our Country - WORLD OF BUZZ

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