A 37-year-old mother of two was found dead under a pedestrian bridge along Jalan Raja Nong, Klang yesterday, 18 December
New Straits Times (NST) reported that the victim's body was discovered by a passerby who alerted the authorities around 7.41am yesterday.
When the police and forensic investigators arrived at the scene, they found the lady naked, with her underwear and shorts pulled down to her ankle. The authorities believe that she had been killed elsewhere and her body was dumped here.
"It is too early to determine if the deceased was also sexually assaulted prior to the murder and conclusive findings can only be provided after a postmortem is conducted," said South Klang chief Assistant Commissioner Shamsul Amar Ramli.
Initial examinations on the victim's body found bruises on her right eye and a bump on her forehead.
A fingerprint background check on the victim revealed that she had been reported as missing since 2015 and was arrested for a drug-related offence last year
Further checks also revealed that the victim had previously married and divorced a man who lives in Kuala Kangsar, Perak.
The victim's two daughters, aged 10 and 15, have been under her younger sister's care in Shah Alam since she went missing a couple of years ago.
Malay Mail Online reported that three suspects have been arrested in relation to the case. One of the suspects is a 54-year-old man that the victim was living with before she went missing and the other two men were her former housemates.
The victim's body has been sent to Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital (HTAR) for a postmortem examination