[BREAKING] Boyfriend of 18-Year-Old Girl Arrested. Did He Hijack Her Facebook?

18 April 2013: An 18-year-old girl was found dead with neck wounds in a drain in Puchong yesterday evening. In a sick twist of events, her Facebook page was updated by someone who claimed to be her murderer. The "murderer" hijacked her Facebook and posted a status update mocking her death, and even responded to her friend's comment. Is this just a sick joke? 'Follow this story' to find out.

  • 18 year-old girl found dead yesterday in a drain

    • Seorang remaja perempuan berumur 18 tahun ditemui dengan kesan tikaman di leher di dalam sebuah longkang berhampiran padang bola di Jalan Tiong 7, Bandar Puchong Jaya, dekat sini Selasa.

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    • A girl was found dead inside a drain near a football field in Bandar Puchong Jaya.

      The body of Parhwine Lucia Mejia Kaur, 18, was discovered at about 6.50pm yesterday by a passerby.

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    • Subang Jaya police chief Assistant Commissioner Yahaya Ramli said "we have identified the identity as Parhwine Lucia Mejia Kaur from Taman Baru Batu 18, here".

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    • Her belongings were also scattered near her body. “Initial investigations also revealed that there was a cut on the front side of her neck,” said Ramli.

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    • “Nothing was missing, her belongings were with her.

      “Her motorcycle was discovered some 50m from where the body was found,” he said.

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    • Beliau berkata punca kematian masih belum dikenal pasti dan bedah siasat akan dilakukan di Hospital Serdang pada Rabu, dan kes disiasat mengikut Seksyen 302 Kanun Keseksaan.

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  • The murderer updated her Facebook status mocking her death, is this real?

      The murderer hijacked the victim, Parhwine Kaur's Facebook and posted a status update mocking her death. Image via lipstiq.com

      The murderer hijacked the victim, Parhwine Kaur's Facebook and posted a status update mocking her death.

    • The picture was found on Facebook, and the suspect has been actively responding to the messages made by Parhwine’s Facebook friends.

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  • Facebook commenters theorize her murder

      Facebook commenters theorize her murder Image via imgur.com

      Facebook commenters theorize her murder

      Facebook commenters theorize her murder Image via imgur.com

      Facebook commenters theorize her murder

  • Victim's boyfriend is arrested

    • POLICE have arrested a suspect in connection with the murder of a teenage girl whose body was found in a drain near a football field in Bandar Puchong Jaya on Tuesday.

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    • The killing of Parhwine Lucia Mejia Kaur, 18, allegedly took place following a quarrel she had with her boyfriend over a third party involvement.

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    • Initial investigations revealed the suspect had an argument with the victim because he cheated on her with another girl who probably also helped him during the murder.

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    • Parhwine was reported missing one day before her body was found. Family members and friends told police that the victim knew the suspect for only four months and they always argued.

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  • PDRM under fire for posting inappropriate picture relating to victim's murder

      Reader's complained that the picture was not accurate to the news reported, and demanded that the picture be removed before further action is taken on the blog. Image via imgur.com

      Reader's complained that the picture was not accurate to the news reported, and demanded that the picture be removed before further action is taken on the blog.

      Readers found the picture disrespectful to the deceased and demanded for it to be removed. Image via imgur.com

      Readers found the picture disrespectful to the deceased and demanded for it to be removed.

      

The PDRM blog posted a story on the victim's murder, of which a 'gambar hiasan' which was deemed offensive was published together. Image via imgur.com

      The PDRM blog posted a story on the victim's murder, of which a 'gambar hiasan' which was deemed offensive was published together.

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