Body Of Woman Dead For Three Days Found Stuffed In A Suitcase In Shah Alam

The woman is estimated to be between 20 and 30 years old.

Cover image via China Press

On Monday, 26 August, the body of an unidentified woman was found in Section 27, Shah Alam

Image via China Press

According to Shah Alam OCPD Asst Comm Baharudin Mat Taib, the technician was performing underground checks in the area at 5.30am when he noticed a foul smell.

He followed the smell to a suitcase left along a two-meter drain and noticed blood near it, The Star reported.

When the technician approached the bag, he could make out the figure of a person.

He discovered a woman's body stuffed inside it.

Image via China Press

Her head was wrapped with a black plastic bag and she was wearing a bright yellow bracelet on one hand.

Police could not find any identifying documents in the suitcase.

"The dark brown-coloured bag was inspected by the police. We believe that the victim has been dead for around three days," ACP Baharudin revealed

Image via Sinar Harian

Police have yet to identify the victim's details, but estimate the woman to be between 20 and 30 years old, Sinar Harian reported.

They are currently checking the missing persons list and a post-mortem is being conducted at Klang Hospital today, 27 August.

Those with information are urged to contact investigating officer ASP Daniel Lee at 019-682 0550.

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