M'sian Teen Who Was Missing For 2 Weeks Found Weak & With Memory Loss At Bus Station

Dinna Ismalaily Suhaidi's family denies that her disappearance is connected to black magic.

Cover image via Harian Metro & @yourcintaa0 (TikTok)

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A 15-year-old teen from Kluang, Johor, who went missing for two weeks, has been found some 45km from home in Batu Pahat yesterday, 7 September

Dinna Ismalaily Suhaidi, known to her family as Lily, was discovered by members of the public at a bus stop in Ayer Hitam at 9.26pm last night, reported Harian Metro.

"Alhamdulillah, my sister has been found. She was alone and in a weak state.

"When we asked (her what happened), she said she could not remember anything," her 18-year-old sister, Dialiesa Irdina, told the news daily, adding that her sister was still wearing the same clothes as when she was last seen.

"When my mum arrived and tried to talk to her, she got scared," Dialiesa said.

mStar reported that Dinna's condition is currently stable, but she was taken to a hospital for further examination due to concerns about the potential trauma she may have experienced.

Image via Buletin TV3

On 25 August, Dinna left home at 1.22am. The last sighting of her was in the closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of a petrol station located in Renggam Jaya, Simpang Renggam.

She is the fifth child among her nine siblings.

Since her disappearance, her family worked tirelessly to find her. Dialiesa posted a missing person notice on her TikTok account, and videos documenting the search received over four million views.

Her father and mother, Norhayati Bakri, rode from town to town tracking Dinna based on information provided by the public.

On Hari Kebangsaan, 31 August, her parents searched for her at Laman Simpang Renggam until 4am, enduring hunger and fatigue in their efforts to locate her, reported Buletin TV3.

Her sister dismissed claims that Dinna's disappearance was connected to black magic, since she has not exhibited any abnormal behaviour since returning home

"In my opinion, it is probably not (bewitchment) because when she was found, she just said 'I don't know', as if she was confused about the situation and maybe afraid that people would be angry with her.

"When she returned home, she was back to normal. She is able to talk and eat, but still (refused to talk)," mStar quoted Dialiesa as saying.

The family expressed their gratitude to members of the public for their assistance in locating Dinna.

"Thank you to everyone who has helped spread the notice of my sister's disappearance. May God bless you," Dialiesa told Harian Metro.

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