Monday, August 5, 2013
Arbaiyah Md Zin, reunited with her three-year-old daughter.
The mother of a three-year-old girl who was found in Penang after being reported missing in Rawang, Selangor, has been questioned by Penang police.
Arbaiyah Md Zin emerged from the Sungai Nibong station with her daughter, Wan Aisyah Exzam, at about 6.40pm after almost two hours with police officers.
They were with a man, believed to be her former husband.
Arbaiyah refused to speak to reporters but the man thanked the police for their assistance in locating the child. He also said that they had bought new Raya clothes for the girl.
Earlier, a woman sent Wan Aisyah to the station at about 11.30am. She told police her son had brought the girl to her home in Teluk Kumbar at about 5am Monday.
She said her son, 44, had told her to send the girl to the nearest police station.
He had since gone missing after the incident.
Gombak OCPD ACP Abdul Rahim Abdullah said Arbaiyah allegedly met the abductor via Facebook in May and began a relationship with him, and even began planning a wedding together.
Despite only knowing the man for a few weeks, Arbaiyah, a maths teacher in her late 30s, left her daughter in the man's care on July 30, as he had told her he wished to introduce Aisyah to his sister.