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MOYSC
25-11-2005, 03:31 PM
Just received a SMS from a church friend saying that her friend's daughter (7 year old has been kidnapped at Puchong only about an hour ago.

The kidnappers drove MyVi (Perodua) bearing a registration plate no. PERODUA 1745.

Pls help if anyone sees this car on the road and immediately call Mah Wang Wang at 012-283 5761. Tq

tan_r
25-11-2005, 03:33 PM
Please ignore. It has been reported that the girl has been found.

tan_r
25-11-2005, 03:38 PM
Based on the posting on this blog (http://kl.cityblog-1.com/?p=55).

MOYSC
25-11-2005, 03:43 PM
Please ignore. It has been reported that the girl has been found.

Thank God & hope that she's alright.

JackRyan1975
25-11-2005, 03:49 PM
Kidnappers drove MyVi. Distress call in a blog posted by MyVi Owners' Club member.

Can someone tell me this is not a joke or someone crying wolf. Unbelievable.... :(

pcyeoh
25-11-2005, 04:05 PM
Just received a SMS from a church friend saying that her friend's daughter (7 year old has been kidnapped at Puchong only about an hour ago.

The kidnappers drove MyVi (Perodua) bearing a registration plate no. PERODUA 1745.

Pls help if anyone sees this car on the road and immediately call Mah Wang Wang at 012-283 5761. Tq

I believe the public should not send sms and ask for help in the case of kidnapping. The police does not need this kind of help. Do you know that we are putting the kidnapped victim's life in jeopardy with all this publicity. Don't we know from movies and real cases that the kidnappers always threaten the victims not to tell the police or anyone else or else they will not heisitate to kill off the victim. The police need to work on their strategy and need all the elements of surprises to nap the kidnappers. And here we are sending sms to all.

willyleect
25-11-2005, 08:49 PM
This case is reported in "Sin Chew Jit Pow" as fake accident / car robbery, but the child was in the car, unknown to the robbers at the time.

Read about it here :

http://www.sinchew-i.com/breaking/index.phtml?sec=840&sdate=&artid=200511251466

joker2107
26-11-2005, 02:33 AM
i got d sms @ 6pm, but d guy who sent it 2 me admitted he did not verify if it was a genuine case. i called d no. but it went straight 2 voice mail. i did not fwd d sms, but gawd knows 4 how long and just how far d sms will circulate. believe me, in a yrs time, there will still be a kid having been kidnapped an hour earlier. somebody's gotta define some rules and protocol 4 using technology without 1 being slapped in his own face.

MOYSC
26-11-2005, 04:05 AM
SPAM didn't come to my mind when the SMS came from a reliable church mate. All I know is that the power of people connectivity & swift response can help solve crime(s) by feeding information to the police.

Community needs to work closely with the law enforcers to ensure a safer neighbourhood. :)

RolyPoly
26-11-2005, 12:43 PM
I received an sms about a patient requesting for blood donation.Without verifying it, I forwarded the sms to a friend. He called back to say the case happened a few months ago and the patient has recovered a long time. He has verified that. But the sms is still circulating. In fact, after I got the call from my friend, I still receive the SAME sms from other friends who are doing it out of goodwill and compassion.

It makes me wonder if someone in the telcos are continuously sending this sms so that it could help to generate more revenues? I still wonder..... :confused:

JackRyan1975
26-11-2005, 12:50 PM
I received an sms about a patient requesting for blood donation.Without verifying it, I forwarded the sms to a friend. He called back to say the case happened a few months ago and the patient has recovered a long time. He has verified that. But the sms is still circulating. In fact, after I got the call from my friend, I still receive the SAME sms from other friends who are doing it out of goodwill and compassion.

It makes me wonder if someone in the telcos are continuously sending this sms so that it could help to generate more revenues? I still wonder..... :confused:

Lets not blame the telcos. You stated that you SMSed a forwarded request without verifying it's authenticity. So what has telco's got to do with your own action? Let's not do something and blame others for it. :confused:

tupai
26-11-2005, 01:11 PM
No insult to anyone. But who r we to play detective?

this sms thingy is similar to stupid chain letter/email/sms where u need to 4ward to 10 idiots and then wait for good turn or event/get lucky/get laid/get lottery winnings whatever. SUCKERS!

those of you here whom I consider are my friends, pls do not BLINDLY fwd me any unsubstantiated, far fetching idotic sms/e or I will insult u as the stupidessssttttt idiot to shame this earth. :mad:

Yang Amat Bertuah lato tupai

aimless
26-11-2005, 04:04 PM
so does anyone know the story? what happened to the girl? how was she found? what really happened?

kaym
26-11-2005, 05:54 PM
so does anyone know the story? what happened to the girl? how was she found? what really happened?

Didnt u read the Malay Mail?? Here, read this before MM archives it..................

http://www.mmail.com.my/Current_News/MM/Saturday/Frontpage/20051126104239/Article/index_html

yvonnefoong
26-11-2005, 06:47 PM
I don't understand why the guys had to drive their car away. Are they nuts?

Also...

The girl was found by an unidentified man about 1.30am along a lonely stretch of Jalan Klang Lama.

The man, who had received the SMS earlier, was on his way home when he saw the girl by the roadside. Suspecting that she may be the abducted victim, he stopped and questioned her.

Fortunately, the girl knew her house phone number and the man contacted the father. He then stopped a taxi and gave instructions to the cabbie to send her home.

That guy could have landed the girl back to some other bad guys! Hmmm... funny action. Why didn't he escort her to the police station instead? This is so weird.

aimless
26-11-2005, 06:51 PM
thanks kaym! i hadn't read that...

tupai
27-11-2005, 01:53 AM
OK, so the gossipy tabloid perhaps got it right.
I offfer my apologies for my earlier posting. :o

But i still do not want unsubstantiated junk chain e or sms from my friends. period.

thank you.
Yang Amat Bising lato tupai

joker2107
27-11-2005, 02:49 AM
d victims daddy is an ex cop. hes got lots of contact wit d law enforcers. n he surely must know d law. tho i really sympathise wit d trauma and dilemma he was going thru, i find it very hard 2 forgive d fact that d sms was not properly constructed. in d first instance, was kidnapping a gd word 2 use?

kidĚnap To seize and detain unlawfully and usually for ransom.
source :http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=kidnap

forgiving d choice of word, he shud hv at least had brains enuf 2 add date n time of incident. thats most basic in every appeal of any sort in any medium, snail mail included. i m most disgusted cos i'm sitll receiving d sms - from people who know that i m going 2 screw em up 4 fwding unconfirmed messages and known hoaxes particularly those thru email. if everyone i mailed 2 had responded 2 my advice 2 circulate my "lectures" on how 2 identify a hoax and how 2 choose mail 2 be fwded, i m sure u too must hv seen some fierce lectures punctuated with ugly vocabulary.

kaym
27-11-2005, 12:32 PM
Joker, the incident had passed. Only if you were in the father's situation, then u can understand the panic situation he was in. He couldnt had thought of the right word to use. All he knew at that moment was his daughter was driven away in his wife's car. Thank God it worked and his daughter is now safe at home.

His intention was clear......he panicked and smsed his friends to look out for his wife's car's description. Thats all. It might or might not work for him. But reality, it did work.

Of cos, undeniably there are lots of mails and sms we receive are possibly hoax too, without proper authentication. But surely if we want to become involved, we ourselves should go further to authenticate the message.

And I am thankful for this advancement of technology.....it just gives us more avenues to have an option to choose and use them. Whether our intentions are good or otherwise.

aimless
27-11-2005, 01:14 PM
i am glad this thing worked out for the poor parents of the girl. It highlights some of the benefits of modern technology. What we, who are reading this, can learn, is to include very specific details should we ever be in that position - include the date and time.

tupai
27-11-2005, 07:34 PM
... What we, who are reading this, can learn, is to include very specific details should we ever be in that position - include the date and time.

AND if I may add.

the FULL car number PLATE! Beat me how the owner doesn't have the sense to add in the alphabets to the numbers :confused: HE owns the car innit? ANd he is a parent first. 2nd was a cop, despite the training, can panic?

Poor sod me would be hysterical and maybe suicidal...i.e. running zig-zag across streets like a headless chicken & get knock down by a reckless driver.

Yang Amat Blur lato tupai

tupai
27-11-2005, 07:38 PM
p/s I got the sms at 11.30am...some 10 hours AFTER the girl was FOUND abandoned by the roadside (as MM mentioned).

aimless
28-11-2005, 10:29 PM
AND if I may add.

the FULL car number PLATE!


Dear Lato Tupai

i think he did include the full number plate - it was one of those special edition Perodua numbers - "PERODUA 1745"

:)

tupai
28-11-2005, 10:34 PM
Dear Lato Tupai

i think he did include the full number plate - it was one of those special edition Perodua numbers - "PERODUA 1745"

:)

oops! sori ah sori ah....silly billy me tot that PERODUA is a make of the car and the numerals, the obvious lah :p

Yang Amat Bodoh Silly-Billy lato tupai

aimless
28-11-2005, 10:39 PM
Yang Amat Bodoh Silly-Billy lato tupai

hahahahah! that had me laughing out loud....