According to reports by Bernama, a dead body was found on Tuesday 10 November in Bukit Dugang, Dengkil near an Orang Asli Village. The body was found floating in a mining pool without clothes and its internal organs missing.
Sepang district police chief ACP Wan Kamarul Azran Wan Yusof stated that the victim is believed to have died five days before its discovery. As there was no identity card nor identifiable features, it was difficult for the authorities to identify the man. The victims body only had enough skin on three fingers for fingerprint detection. It is believed that wild animals may have eaten the victim’s internal organs.
Wan Kamarul had said, “The man arrived in this country through the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). After two days of undergoing quarantine, he escaped from the quarantine centre and the body was later found floating in the mining pool”.
The case has been classified as sudden death and the authorities are awaiting confirmation of the victim’s DNA from his family in his home country.