Unemployed Indonesian held over death of baby
Wed, Dec 09, 2009
The Star/Asia News Network

KLANG, MALAYSIA: Police have arrested a 32-year-old Indonesian who allegedly beat his four-month-old baby girl to death during a domestic dispute.

Police arrested the unemployed man at a friend's house in Section 27, Shah Alam, on Monday evening.

At the Klang court yesterday, Magistrate Liew Horng Bin ordered the suspect to be remanded for seven days till Dec 14.

Last Wednesday, the baby girl was allegedly beaten to death following a quarrel between her parents at about 4am in their rented room in Taman Bayu Perdana.

The baby was rushed to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in an ambulance, but was pronounced dead upon arrival.

She was purportedly punched and suffered injuries to her face and body. The man left the house and went missing after that.





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