More remains uncovered at Malaysian death camp

More remains uncovered at Malaysian death camp
Ganeral Operations Force (PGA) carrying humans remains from Wang Burma hill during the Ops Wawasan Khas at Wang Kelian PGA tactical base in Perlis.

PETALING JAYA - Police uncovered two more sets of skeletal remains at a temporary human trafficking camp in Wang Kelian, Perlis.

Bukit Aman police assistant secretariat Datin Asmawati Ahmad Bukit Aman said the remains were recovered at 12.45pm and brought down at 1.45pm.

"This brings the figure to four since the first two were recovered on Monday," she said in a statement Wednesday.

In the latest gruesome discovery, the two migrants' remains were found wrapped in white cloths (kain kapan).

"They were discovered near the graves where the two others were found two days ago.

"The remains were sent to the Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital at about 3.10pm for further evaluation by pathologists.

"The mission to find and uncover other immigrants' remains is still ongoing," she said.

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