Alleged baby rape: Cops say no sign of abuse

Alleged baby rape: Cops say no sign of abuse

PETALING JAYA - Police have not found any criminal elements in the case of the nine-month-old baby girl who was allegedly raped by her neighbour's teenage son.

"There are no criminal elements involved in the case. There were no elements of rape or abuse but the case is still under investigation," Petaling Jaya deputy OCPD Supt Fadil Marsus said.

Confirming that a report had been lodged on the matter, Supt Fadil, however, declined to elaborate further.

Malacca Action Group for Parents in Education (Magpie) highlighted the case after the baby's 27-year-old mother from Taman Desa Ria in Petaling Jaya, claimed that she had found bloodstains on her daughter's diapers when she was cleaning her at their home on Tuesday night.

The shocked mother then checked her daughter for any bodily injuries and saw that the infant was bleeding from her private parts.

The mother then lodged a report at the Dang Wangi police station the same night.

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