Police Say Signs Point Towards Mother In The Case Of Siblings Taken From PJ Kindergarten

It's been over 60 hours since the kids have been missing.

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On Friday, 9 March, two siblings were taken from their kindergarten in PJ by a woman who came with two individuals in a white MPV

According to NST Online, the unidentified individuals took the children at 9am on the pretext that they were scheduled to undergo medical check-ups.

However, their disappearance was only discovered in the afternoon when their aunt, Najmah Mohd Haslam, had gone to the kindergarten to fetch them.

It's now been more than 60 hours since they have been reported missing and the family is yet to know their whereabouts. However, they suspect that it was most likely the kids' biological mother who is behind their disappearance.

"We believe that their mother, who is a New Zealander, might be behind the sibling's disappearance but we cannot gain access to the CCTV recording from the kindergarten, to confirm this," she was quoted as saying by NST Online.

Raheel Khan and his sister Aleya Reyhana.

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While the family suspects it's their mother, police too have said that the woman who took the siblings could have been their mother

The Star Online, in its report last night, quoted Selangor CID Chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Fadzil Ahmat saying that so far it appears to be a family-related matter.

Fadzil while confirming the family's suspicion about the biological mother of the siblings, saying that "there is a connection to the mother", added that the matter is under investigation and they are "trying to identify the woman involved in the case."

The Selangor CID Chief has urged anyone with information to contact their parents at 014-3233503, or the police immediately.

"Our main priority is the safety of the children," he added.

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