KUALA LUMPUR – Ten-year-old Noor Ayrill Aqasha Noor Shahril who was reported
missing from home since Monday, was found safe yesterday evening.
According to his father, Noor Shahril Yusmarizal, 39, he was found by a
brother of Noor Ayrill Aqasha’s friend, Mohd Ismail Abdullah, 15, at a bus stop
in Ampang here.
He said his ex-wife informed him that Noor Ayrill Aqasha had been found.
“I was looking for my son when I was informed he was safe. I am extremely
thankful he is safe,” he said when contacted by Bernama.
Noor Ayrill Aqasha was reported missing on Oct 31 after leaving his father’s
rented room in Jalan Jejaka 5, Taman Maluri here.
Meanwhile, Cheras police chief ACP Chong Kok Sin said a medical examination
showed the boy did not suffer any injuries.
“The boy still does not want to say where or with whom he was while he was
missing,” he said in a statement Sunday.
The boy’s mother Siti Rohayu Yaakob, 37, thanked all involved in searching
for her son, who is the eldest of three siblings.
“I am very thankful my son has been found safe… thanks to Mael for finding
him an informing me,” she said when contacted by Bernama.
Mael is Mohd Ismail Abdullah, the 15-year-old boy who found him.