Nurin's Murder - 41 Year-Old Suspect Arrested
The suspect, who works as a "middleman" for a travel agency in the city, was lured by a friend to a coffeeshop where a police team had mounted an ambush to nab him.
A police source said police laid the ambush after the suspect's friend notified them that the suspect might be linked to Nurin's brutal murder.
The friend had also told police that he suspected the man could be the "Kampung Baru child molester" who had sexually abused two children with brinjal.
Bernama learnt that prior to the arrest, the friend had hoodwinked the suspect into believing that he had a business proposal to discuss at the coffeeshop. At about 2pm, the suspect arrived at the coffeeshop where his friend was waiting.
According to the friend, they discussed joint-venture businesses before the topic of conversation veered to personal matters. "During this time, I sent an SMS to a group of undercover policemen who were waiting in ambush outside the coffeeshop.
"Just then, the man asked me to meet a business associate and began walking towards a building, located on the other side of the road. "At that juncture, I immediately called the policemen," he told Bernama.
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Just in by SMS alert: "IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan denied a wire report that said police have arrested a suspect in the Nurin Jazlin murder case."
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