Takziah tak terhingga diucapkan pada ibu dan ayah adik William Yau. Tak ada ibu bapa dalam dunia ni nak menemukan anak sendiri dalam keadaan sebegitu. Tapi, apakan daya....
Even kita sendiri pun mendoakan William ditemui dalam keadaan selamat. Tapi, sudah ditakdirkan gini. Sedihnya..
Ini petikan berita yang MAkbed amik dari Malaysian Insider.
PETALING JAYA, Jan 25 — The parents of William Yau Zhen Zhong, 6, have identified the body of a child found in Port Klang yesterday evening, as that of their son who was reported missing on January 16.Subang Jaya police chief ACP Yahaya Ramli said the child’s body was identified based on two scars at the back of his head and one on his forehead which were similar to William Yau’s.“William Yau’s parents also confirmed that the shorts and underwear found on the body belonged to their son. Based on preliminary investigations, police believed the body found at 6.30pm yesterday had a 75 per cent similarity with William Yau,” Yahaya told reporters, here, today.Yahaya said, the report of the post-mortem conducted at the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) in Klang today cited that the victim could have died about a week ago, but the actual cause of death was not yet known because the body had decomposed and many internal organs were damaged.He said confirmation whether the body found was William Yau or not would be known after the results of the DNA tests are known in about 72 hours.Yesterday evening, a man found a partially decomposed body of a child, who was fully dressed, stuck to a boat at the Kampung Sungai Sireh jetty, and the remains were sent to the HTAR for a post-mortem.William Yau, the second child of Goh Ying Ying, 28 and Yau Kok Kang, 32, was reported missing at Jalan Putra Mahkota, Putra Heights, Subang Jaya after he was believed to have left the car to find his parents who went to an electrical outlet.Yahaya said police were carrying out a thorough investigation into the case.“We don’t have any concrete information yet, but have recorded information from several people.“The DNA from William Yau’s parents were sent to the Chemical Department, Petaling Jaya for analysis,” he said adding, the case to date, was classified as sudden death,” he said.Earlier, William’s parents were seen arriving at the HTAR Forensic Department at 11am, believed to be for the purpose of giving samples for DNA tests to help identify the child and they were accompanied by police to the hospital mortuary.Meanwhile, MCA Public Services and Complaints Bureau chief Datuk Michael Chong when met at HTAR said, the bureau would help the family in any way possible.Social Welfare Services Department director-general Datuk Norani MohdHashim, who was also at HTAR, said the department was prepared to provide counselling and financial aid to William Yau’s parents if necessary. — BernamaSumber: Malaysian Insider