The life of six-year-old autistic boy Zayn Rayyan Abdul Matiin was tragically cut short, his small body found in a stream near his home. Selangor Police Chief confirmed the boy's death as a murder, the grim revelation coming after a post-mortem examination uncovered signs of criminal injury on the young victim's body.
Unearthing a Heartbreaking Crime
On a fateful night, Zayn Rayyan's lifeless body was discovered lying in a stream, approximately 200 meters from his residence at Apartment Idaman, Damansara Damai. His body bore the shocking evidence of injuries to his neck and torso, leaving investigators with no doubt that the boy had been brutally murdered.
Cross-Community Effort in Investigation
The heartbreaking discovery came as a result of a joint effort between the police and the residents of Apartment Idaman. Amidst the heartrending grief, the community united, conducting a door-to-door operation, aptly named 'Op Tutup', under the aegis of the Petaling Jaya District Police Headquarters.
Seeking Justice for Zayn Rayyan
The police have opened an investigation under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder. As the quest for justice for Zayn Rayyan unfolds, the details of the motive behind the murder and the identity of any potential suspects remain shrouded in mystery. However, it is clear that every resource will be engaged to ensure that Zayn Rayyan's untimely death does not go unpunished. His life, though brief, will linger in the hearts of his community as they await the resolution of this tragic case.