LAST_UPDATEMon, 16 Jul 2018 12pm

This Is Where The 16-Year-Old Reported Missing And Made Her Parents Worried Sick Actually Went

A 16-year-old girl recently went missing – and this is not the first time it has happened, in fact, it was the third time – after disappearing last year and earlier this year in July.

Her concerned father Haslan Hamidan, 45, had lodged a report after her motorcycle was found abandoned on the road near an estate in Yong Peng, Johor, on Monday (Dec 4) morning at 9.30am.

Haslan received a call from the police who found his daughter Nur Aliyah’s motorcycle with its keys still stuck in its ignition.

Aliyah was supposed to take her computer test with the Road Transport Department that morning, and the discovery came as a shock to her father.

The father who was worried sick said a few days prior the incident, the Form Four student of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Yong Peng had told her colleagues she had been followed by strangers.

"The last I spoke with her was over WhatsApp in which I reminded her to perform her Subuh prayers and hoped she would pass her RTD computer test, as she has failed twice before this.

"She immediately replied but the next time I message her she did not read the message and her number is out of reach,” Haslan told reporters earlier, while pleading for his daughter to reply his messages.

However, reports yesterday revealed that the missing teenager is thankfully found safe in Kuala Lumpur.

Batu Pahat district police chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Wahib Musa, confirmed they found Aliyah who ran away to the capital with her boyfriend on Monday.

After her disappearance went viral, the father who had asked for some help from his friends to look for his missing daughter said she was spotted in Sungai Buloh, Selangor.

Aliyah’s parents made their way to Kuala Lumpur to bring their daughter home and Wahib confirmed that the family settled matters internally.

He also left a reminder for other teens out there to pity their folks and don’t trouble them by running away from home.

“I advise parents to be stricter in raising their kids. Children too have to pity their parents and not trouble their families by running away,” NST reported Wahib saying.