Tuesday January 22, 2013
Police scrutinising footage in hopes of finding clues to William’s disappearance
> Reports by STEVEN DANIEL, LOH FOON FONG, EILEEN NG and JASON YU
SUBANG JAYA: Police are poring over CCTV footage recorded from several locations in and around the area where six-year-old William Yau Zhen Zhong went missing.
Subang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Yahaya Ramli said so far, there had been no CCTV footage of William although they had collected a recording from a restaurant near the electrical store where the boy was last seen.
“In that footage, the boy is not seen. But we will be taking a closer look at the footage in the hopes of finding an image of a small boy in a car or whatever, which can give us a lead to work on.
“Similarly, we will examine CCTV footage obtained from toll booths after 8.30pm on the day of his disappearance,” he said.
Admitting that this was a time-consuming process, ACP Yahaya said the police were however committed to this task as every minute counted in the search for William.
On Wednesday, William who is 110cm tall with an old scar mark on his right elbow was reported missing in Jalan Putra Mahkota, Putra Heights, near here after he came out of his family car to look for his parents.
Those with information on the missing boy can contact Sjn Goh Lai Than at 03-5631 9800 or 012-2197133 or William's father, Yau Kok Kang at 016-969 1616.
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