K9 unit joins SAR for missing Pusa woman

Daisy being presented with the missing woman's belongings in order to detect the scent for tracking.

KUCHING, Nov 16: The search and rescue (SAR) efforts for a missing 60-year-old woman in Pusa was boosted with the participation of a K9 unit from Serian Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba).

Saratok Bomba in a statement today revealed the third day of the SAR operation will continue to focus on searching within a two-kilometer radius around the farm area where the woman was last seen.

“A canine named Daisy, together with its handlers PBK II Steven and PBK II Dennis from Serian Bomba, were also involved in the SAR today,” the statement read.

Daisy (front) leading her handlers and SAR personnel on the third day of the search for the missing woman today (Nov 16, 2020).

Among enforcement agencies involved in the SAR operation today are the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), Civil Defense Force (APM), People’s Volunteer Corps (Rela) and a total of 20 villagers.

Ra’obah Morni, 69, was reported missing on Nov 13, after failing to return home from her farm, and was last seen wearing a maroon-coloured t-shirt and black trousers. — DayakDaily