First it was the discovery of a leg cut off at the knee on Sunday and on Monday it was a headless torso of a woman. Police here now fear that they may be on the hunt for more body parts.
The torso was discovered near a monsoon drain in Sunway Mentari along the Federal Highway.
It was found by a motorcyclist who stopped to rest at the motorcycle lane leading towards Subang Jaya at 2.40pm on Monday.Police are now trying to determine if the torso and the right leg discovered in Salak South on Sunday belonged to the same person. OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohd said police found several shirts, skirt and blouse piled on top of the torso believed to have been dumped there less than 24 hours ago.
“We believe the victim, aged between 20 and 30, was murdered elsewhere and dumped in the bushes near the monsoon drain. The victim is yet to be identified as no personal documents were found. “The head, arms and legs was cleanly cut off and there is no other injury mark on the body,” he said, adding that the remains have been sent to Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a DNA test.
ACP Arjunaidi said police also waiting for the medical test results to establish if the victim was raped. The right leg was found in a rubbish bin in Taman Salak South by Alam Flora workers as they were emptying rubbish from a dustbin at a shoplot area.