Ahad, 15 Ogos 2010

CID Chief: 472 babies found dumped since 2005

KUALA LUMPUR: Widespread access to pornography and weakened family ties have led to an increase in baby-dumping cases in the past five years, according to Federal CID Director Comm Datuk Seri Bakri Zinin.

So far this year, he said, 65 dumped babies had been found bringing the total to 472 since 2005.

Of the total abandoned, more than half or 258 were found dead, he said on Monday.

This year, 21 were arrested for baby dumping, six charged and two convicted, he said.

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