Nurse murder case – prime suspect nabbed

SEPANG: A 36-year-old Nigerian man has been remanded for seven days in connection with the murder of Serdang Hospital’s nursing sister Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin.

It is learnt that the man, believed to be the main suspect behind the murder of Siti Kharina, was the last man seen on CCTV footage, leaving the condominium unit in Cyberjaya where her body was found.

The suspect, who was brought to the Sepang magistrate’s court at about 11am on Friday (May 17), will be remanded until Thursday (May 23).

Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Noor AzamJamaludin said police also arrested two other foreigners – a Nigerian woman, 35 and a Pakistani man, 38 – to assist in investigations.

Comm Noor Azam said Siti Kharina’s body was discovered in the condominium on Wednesday (May 15). Siti, 40, was reported missing on May 10 when she did not return home after leaving for work in Serdang Hospital on May 9. She was a mother to three daughters – a 14-year-old and a pair of 10-year-old twins.

Siti Kharina was buried at the Kampung Tengah, Seri Menanti Muslim Cemetery on Thursday night.

You may also like