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A father’s six-year search to find his missing 11-year-old son has been revived once he submitted a memorandum to the police on 11 October.
The poor man has filed 12 police reports but received no headway in the case.
As a last-ditch effort, Lam Ah Choy, 59, submitted the memorandum to the Inspector-General of Police Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani to urge the police to form a task force to investigate the kidnapping of his son.
Lam and his son, Kim Ming, were having breakfast in a restaurant at Wisma Indah in Jalan Tun Razak, Pudu, in 2016.
Kim Ming is believed to be abducted when his father left him in a restaurant to pick up an item from his parked car.
When Lam returned to the table, his son, who was 5 years old then, had disappeared.
According to Free Malaysia Today, he stated in the memorandum that he believes his son was kidnapped by an Indonesian woman named Nadia Kristina.
The police are now working with various parties to track down the suspect.
Wangsa Maju police chief Ashari Abu Samah said they’re waiting for information from the Indonesian embassy and the immigration department regarding the suspect.
Hopefully, Lam will receive some positive news regarding his missing son.