Selangor Journal

Police seek public assistance to locate missing UPM student

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 — Police are seeking public assistance in locating a 22-year-old university student, who was reported missing from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) last Friday.

Serdang district police chief ACP A. A. Anbalagan said the student, identified as Mohd Irfan Hakimi Azhar, resided in a dormitory room at Delima Block of the Chancellor’s College in UPM, Serdang.

He said the student’s father lodged a police report on Monday (January 16), and before the student’s disappearance the victim’s father called his son at 9am, but there was no response.

“On the same day, the victim’s uncle, who lives near UPM, managed to contact Mohd Irfan’s roommate, known only as Oh, and learned that Mohd Irfan was last seen when he was about to perform Friday prayers by riding a Yamaha LC135 motorcycle with registration number RAC 5095,” Anbalagan said in a statement today.

He said until now, Mohd Irfan has yet to return home or to the dormitory at UPM, Serdang, and his family members have still failed to contact him.

Anbalagan said Mohd Irfan is 171 centimetres tall, weighs 65 kg and his telephone number is 013-683 1710, adding that Mohd Irfan is fair with thick, straight hair and wears glasses, with no marks or tattoos on his body.

He said anyone with information about Mohd Irfan’s disappearance can contact the investigating officer, Sergeant Kipli Rajak, at 019-617 7188 or any police station.

— Bernama

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