Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics 3






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Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics 2

Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics (1)

10 March 2016

By HANI SHAMIRA SHAHRUDIN – 10 March 2016 @ 2:54 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: A parang-wielding robber was shot on his right buttock by a security guard while trying to rob a convenience store in Setapak earlier today.
The robber and an accomplice had at 11.20am tried to flee with their stash of mobile phone prepaid cards worth thousands of ringgit, after holding up the store.
However, a security guard, attached to a money changer outlet next door, saw the commotion and opened fire on the robbers.
One of the robbers was shot in the buttocks while the other robber managed to flee.
Their four other accomplices, who were waiting on motorcycles outside, hastily made their escape after seeing the commotion.

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Pengawal keselamatan melepaskan tembakan&mengenai bahagian punggung suspek.

Translated from Malay by

Security guards opened fire on the suspect & buttocks.

Dua penjenayah cedera ditembak pengawal keselamatan selepas cuba menyamun sebuah premis pengurup wang di Setapak, ibu negara pagi tadi. Salah seorang suspek yang cedera berjaya diberkas, manakala lima yang lain sempat melarikan diri. Kumpulan penjenayah itu sempat menyamun kedai runcit bersebelahan dan melarikan kad tambah nilai prabayar berjumlah RM5,000.

‪#‎OPPOF1‬ ‪#‎OPPOMalaysia‬

Two criminals shot security after attempting a premise menyamun pengurup wang on the trail, Capital City this morning. One suspect injured successfully bundled, while five others had a chance to escape. Criminal groups that menyamun grocery store next to flee add value card prepaid amounting rm5, 000.
‪#‎Oppof1‬ ‪#‎Oppomalaysia‬


9 March 2016

Male Cross-Dresser Killed After Being Thrown Off Apartment In

SUBANG JAYA: A male cross-dresser was found dead after allegedly being thrown off from an apartment by his boyfriend at Block E, Subang Park Homes this morning, reports K! Online.

The victim, Zhukran Supu, 20, from Sandakan, Sabah, was found lying in a pool of blood at the apartment’s compound by a passer-by at 9.31am prior to lodging a police report.

According to sources, police were dispatched to the scene and a Kenya national, believed to be the victim’s boyfriend, was detained.

The arrest came after the police acted on information provided by the public.

“The victim was clad in woman’s clothing and wore a wig,” the portal reported the source as saying.


Lelaki berpakaian wanita ditemui mati disyaki jatuh dr pangsapuri di Subang Jaya Pix Polis


9 March 2016 | MYT 3:26 PM

Cross-dresser found dead at Subang apartment

PETALING JAYA: A 21-year-old man who was wearing a wig and dressed in women’s clothes was found dead at an eight-storey apartment block in SS19, Subang Jaya near here.

Subang Jaya OCPD Senior Asst Comm Yahaya Ramli said police have arrested a 40-year-old African national over the incident after the victim was believed to have fallen from the third floor unit where the suspect was staying.

28 Feb 2016


Lelaki maut ditetak. Selanjutnya di

Mohd Hasbi Sidek

Petaling Jaya: Seorang lelaki berusia 36 tahun ditemui maut selepas dipercayai ditetak sekumpulan lelaki berhampiran Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Sri Petaling, Jalan Utara, SS14, di sini, awal pagi tadi.

Dalam kejadian kira-kira 4.30 pagi itu, mangsa mengalami kecederaan parah di kepala dan perut.

Ketua Polis Daerah Petaling Jaya, Asisten Komisioner Mohd Zani Che Din berkata, ketika kejadian mangsa bersama rakannya, namun sempat melarikan diri.

“Mangsa dan rakan menaiki motosikal untuk pulang selepas berhibur di sebuah pusat hiburan di Jalan Gasing.

“Bagaimanapun, mereka ditahan 12 lelaki menaiki empat kereta sebelum berlaku pergaduhan.

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PJ Cold-Blooded Murder Brewing 1 Dead, 1 Wounded!
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Never bring sticks to a gunfight! These robbers attacked police with sticks.

7 February 2016


Robbers shot in buttocks, leg after charging at police

By Zarina Abdullah – 7 February 2016 @ 12:52 PM

DUNGUN: Two robbers were hurt and another escaped when a policeman foiled their attempt to break into a home in Kampung Batu Tiong, yesterday.

District police chief Superintendent Ahmad Zailani Yaacub said a team of policemen arrived at the scene following a public tip-off of a robbery in progress in the 3.45am incident.

Realising the police’s presence, two robbers, armed with sticks, charged at the police.

A policeman opened fire, shooting one of the men in the buttocks. Another robber was hit in the leg, while the third robber managed to flee.

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4 February 2016


By PREDEEP NAMBIAR – 4 February 2016 @ 5:34 PM

KULIM: A robber had his hand chopped off after he failed to make away with money from the cash register at a convenience store here last night.

In the 7.45pm incident at Jalan Kelang Lama, the robber and his accomplice had held a mother-son shopkeeper at the till with a knife.

According to police sources, the 35-year-old son then whipped out a parang from behind the counter and attacked the men.

A scuffle then ensued, leaving one of the robber’s hand severed.

The two robbers then sped off on a motorcycle, leaving behind the severed left hand.

Kulim district police chief Superintendent Abdullah Arshad said the robbers then rode off some 60km to the Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital in Sungai Petani for treatment.

“After the injured man was admitted, we managed to nab him but his accomplice, in his 20s, fled the scene.


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Suspek tinggalkan pergelangan tangan kiri di luar kedai.

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30 January 2016

Four nabbed in Kajang for string of house break-ins

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KAJANG: Police have arrested four men believed to be involved in a spate of house break-in cases in the district, early today.

Kajang police chief Assistant Commissioner Willy Richard said the men were traveling in a car and acting suspiciously. Police then flagged down the vehicle near Sungai Chua here about 3.30am.

Willy said upon checking the car, two parang, an axe, caps and face masks wrapped in a grey sweater were found.

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29 January 2016


Man beaten to death in George Town casket shop



The North Ma]
An Indian man was due to the conflict, the human being to death knocks on the head with an iron bar, lying dead rather ugly Tin Tsai Street a coffin shop.


Man beaten to death in George Town casket shop

By PHUAH KEN LIN – 29 January 2016 @ 2:07 PM

POLIS menjalankan siasatan di lokasi penemuan mayat. FOTO ihsan Pembaca

POLIS menjalankan siasatan di lokasi penemuan mayat. FOTO ihsan Pembaca

GEORGE TOWN: A 60-year-old vagrant was beaten to death early today in a casket shop after a heated argument turned violent.

It was learnt that the victim, known only as Maniam, was with a friend at the outlet at 4am.

A war of words then broke out between Maniam and several others. Northeast district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mior Farid Alatrash Wahid said police were alerted to the commotion and deployed its men to the scene.

“The man was found slumped on a chair with severe head and bodily injuries. He was pronounced dead by paramedics who later arrived at the scene.

“The victim’s 41-year-old friend who was with him witnessed the attack and lodged a police report,” Mior said.

Mior said the investigating team found another man loitering at the rear of the outlet and detained him for questioning.

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27 January 2016


CCTV rakam tiga suspek pecah masuk pasar raya.

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Bahau: Pemilik pasar raya di Taman Mahsan, di sini, kerugian lebih RM40,000 selepas premis perniagaannya itu dipecah masuk, 4 pagi tadi.

Ketua Polis Daerah Jempol Superintendan Noorzainy Mohd Noor berkata, kejadian disedari pekerja pasar raya itu pada 8.50 pagi ketika mahu membuka premis itu.

”Pekerja terbabit mendapati pintu belakang pasar raya dirosakkan. Hasil pemeriksaan, tiga suspek dipercayai masuk melalui siling premis itu sebelum memecah masuk pejabat dan peti besi yang menyimpan wang tunai.

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Robbers fled with RM1.6mil cash in Jalan Klang Lama

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“The robbers first knocked down the security guard’s motorcycle and pointed a pistol and a rambo knife to the two victims, before snatching the bag containing the cash from the other victim,” he told Bernama when contacted here.

Sharul Othman said the security guard sustained a broken shoulder, while the runner sustained a minor injury.

He said the registration number of one of the motorcycles used by the robbers had been identified and their photo fit images were being finalised.

The forensic team had also taken fingerprints at the scene and was studying the footage of the closed circuit cameras at the location, he said.

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Sebuah kereta dipercayai digunakan suspek ditemui di Jalan Kuchai Lama.

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26 January 2016 | MYT 9:59 PM

Staff of gold firm enroute to bank lose RM1.6mil to robbers

KUALA LUMPUR: Two staff of a gold distributor lost RM1.6mil to robbers while transporting the money on a motorcycle on Tuesday.

The 10am incident at Old Klang Road saw the two employees – a runner and a security guard – riding on the motorcycle when they were stopped by 11 men in a car and motorcycles.

The 10am incident at Old Klang Road saw the two employees, a runner and a security guard who were riding on a motorcycle, confronted by 11 men in a car and motorcycles.

Brickfields OCPD Asst Comm Sharul Othman Mansor said the robbers had used the car to ram into the motorcycle of the two staff from behind, causing both to fall off.

“The runner, 32, tried to escape but fell and was surrounded by the robbers. They pointed a pistol and a rambo knife at him before taking the cash, which was the company’s weekend takings,” he said.

The robbers fled on several motorcycles, after abandoning their car, a Proton Wira with number plate WDY 6008, at the scene.

20 January 2016

KL records drastic decline in street crime in 2015

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The street crime rate in the federal capital showed a drastic decline of 37.7 per cent, or 439 fewer cases, last year, compared with 2014.

Dang Wangi district police chief Zainol Samah said last year saw 675 cases of street crime, such as robberies and thefts, compared with 1,114 cases in the previous year.

“The crime index rate under Dang Wangi (police headquarters) recorded a decline of 13.6%, or 648 fewer cases, last year, compared with 2014,” he told reporters at the Dang Wangi District Police headquarters here today.

He said the crime rate was reduced to 4,120 cases last year from 4,768 cases in 2014.

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20 January 2016

BREM MALL KILLING. Man arrested.



The victim is 53-year-old Foo Yong Eng, had reportedly parked his Proton Gen-2 at the mall at about 6am and was seen in closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage with an unidentified woman.

KEPONG: A man was found dead with his face bashed in, at a stairwell of a shopping mall here, Tuesday morning.

Police said a janitor found the body, which was lying in a pool of blood on the mall’s fifth floor stairwell, near a snooker and karaoke centre, at about 8.45am.

The victim, 53-year-old Foo Yong Eng, was found lying on his back, fully clothed, and his blood splattered face full of bumps and bruises.

Green raffia string was found around his hands and legs, though he did not appear to be tied up.

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19 January 2016 | MYT 6:35 PM

Cops arrest man over alleged mall stairwell murder

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested a 34-year-old suspect over the alleged murder of a man at a stairwell of a shopping mall here.

Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R. Munusamy said that the suspect, who is from Taman Bukit Maluri near here, is expected to be remanded Wednesday.

Police said that a janitor found the victim’s body, lying in a pool of blood on the mall’s fifth floor stairwell, at about 8.45am Tuesday.

The victim, identified as 53-year-old Foo Yong Eng, had reportedly parked his Proton Gen-2 at the mall at about 6am and was seen in closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage with an unidentified woman.

Half an hour later, CCTV cameras near the fifth floor elevators recorded six men hauling the victim into the stairwell.

“There may have been a fight but it was not caught on camera. The victim had no personal items missing or stolen and there were no stab wounds on his body. He may have been beaten to death,” said Sentul deputy OCPD Supt Mohd Sukri Kaman.


Man beaten to death in shopping mall

PETALING JAYA: A 53-year-old man was beaten to death at the Brem Mall Shopping Centre in Jinjang today.

Sentul police chief ACP R. Munusamy said footage from closed-circuit security cameras (CCTV) showed the victim arriving in a black Gen 2, with his female companion at 6am.

“At about 6.30am, the victim was seen dragged by six men to the staircase near the lift at level five,” Munusamy said, adding that a passer-by found him lying motionless at 8.41am.

“The deceased suffered injuries on the face, he is believed to have been punched and kicked. No stab wounds were found on his body,” he added.

Munusamy said checks also found that the deceased’s belongings including his identification card, driver’s license, bank card and two mobile phones were not missing.


18 January 2016

Finally, the police have caught this gang! After 50 robberies over 6 years, is this a ‘success’?


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Picture by Mohd Asri Saifuddin

SHAH ALAM: The arrest of five men by Selangor police is believed to have closed the case on no less than 50 robberies in the state since 2009.

Four of the suspects are Indonesian while the other is a local.

Selangor Criminal Investigation Department chief Deputy Commissioner Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah said the suspects were arrested on Jan 12 and Jan 14 at different locations in Bandar Tasik Selatan, Persiaran Desa Serdang and the Stulang Laut Jetty Terminal in Johor Bahru.

“All five suspects were caught in an operation called, ‘Ops Rantau’ organised by the Kajang and Selangor police, recently. “The first three suspects, all Indonesians, were arrested at the Persiaran Desa Serdang flats in Seri Kembangan last Tuesday,” he told a press conference at its headquarters, here today.

The other suspects were detained last Thursday.

“The police arrested one suspect, aged 44, at his house in Tasik Height, Bandar Tasik Selatan. Another, aged 41, who had fled to Johor was apprehended at the Stulang Laut Jetty Terminal,” he said.

Adnan said they recovered 49 pieces of jewellery, 79 watches, as well as cash in various currencies from the suspects.

“We also found their tools of the trade, such as parang, masks and gloves,” he said.

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16 January 2016

KL Police are after 2 men who rammed a road block inSelayang

Police hunt two men who ram roadblock in Selayang

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KUALA LUMPUR: Police are hunting two men who rammed through a roadblock at Pasar Borong, Selayang here and forced the police to open fire last night.


16 January 2016 | MYT 10:09 AM

Suspects flee after ramming roadblock

KUALA LUMPUR: Police fired three shots at a car near Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur after it broke through a police roadblock.

Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R. Munusamy said the incident occurred at around 9.30pm on Friday.

“My personnel were conducting a roadblock in front of Pasar Borong when a Naza Citra approached them.

“The car accelerated and broke through the roadblock and police personnel gave chase.

“One of the passengers in the car jumped out of the speeding vehicle and managed to escape before police blocked the car,” he told reporters when met at the scene.

He said the driver had then tried to ram police personnel upon being blocked causing them to open fire.

“When we checked the car we found that it had not been reported stolen but belonged to a person in Seremban,” ACP Munusamy said, adding that police where now tracing the whereabouts of the two suspects.

12 January 2016

“Crime is down,” so say the authorities but that is no comfort if you’re this taxi driver…

Passenger robs and attacks elderly taxi driver with stones

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By Zarina Abdullah – 12 January 2016 @ 10:16 AM
KUALA TERENGGANU: A 68-year-old taxi driver was seriously injured after being attacked by his passenger near Pelabuhan Chendering yesterday.
A police source said the victim had sent his passenger to the scene before being attacked in the 3pm incident. It is believed that the passenger had used stones to hit the driver.
“It was learnt that the suspect fled the scene with the victim’s wallet,” he said.
The security guard at the Chendering Port found the victim, who sustained injuries on his head and body and alerted the police.

11 January 2016

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3 cedera termasuk 2 terkena tembakan, 2 ahli perniagaan diserang lelaki bersenjata parang

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Seorg pengawal peribadi berjaya tembak suspek yg serang majikannya di Jalan Chan Sow Lin pagi tadi.

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Parang versus bullet: Man shot by bodyguard while trying to attack Datuk

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11 January 2016 | MYT 2:38 PM

Bodyguard opens fire on two machete-wielding men

KUALA LUMPUR: A bodyguard opened fire on two machete-wielding attackers who slashed a businessman at a roadside stall along Jalan Empat off Jalan Chan Sow Lin here, wounding one of them.

It is learnt that the two men attacked the businessman while he was having breakfast at the stall together with another colleague and the latter’s bodyguard at 9am on Monday.

The stall owner, who wished to be known only as Madam Wong, 50, said the two attackers came waving their weapons and quickly slashed one of the businessmen.

“The bodyguard took out his pistol and fired six, seven times at the attackers, hitting one them.

“My nephew, who was helping around at the stall, was also hit in the buttocks by one of the bullets accidentally,” she said when met at the scene.


Bullets fly over breakfast in Chan Sow Lin brawl

Three men were injured in a shooting and parang-wielding incident at a foodstall in Jalan Empat, Chan Sow Lin in Kuala Lumpur today.

The incident occurred about 9.20 am when two businessmen, both with the “datuk” title, were having breakfast at the stall when two men approached and attacked one of the datuk.

Cheras district police chief ACP Chong Kok Sin said the two suspects then took out their machetes and slashed the victim on the back and face, while the other businessman fled.

“The victim’s personal bodyguard who saw the incident took out a Glock 99 pistol and fired several shots at the suspects.

“The shots hit one of the suspect6s, while the other fled in a gold-coloured Toyota Hilux car with another man inside,” he told reporters at the scene.

Chong said the suspect who was shot was sent to Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre for treatment and placed in police custody.

Security guard shoots man robbing money exchange premises

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By ZAHRATULHAYAT MAT ARIF – 8 January 2016 @ 6:05 PM

PETALING JAYA: A man was injured after he was shot by a security guard in his attempt to rob a remittance and money exchange service premises in Bandar Sunway here today.

Petaling Jaya district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Zani Che Din said the security guard had to shoot the suspect as he was trying to attack the guard by using a machete during the 2pm incident.

“The suspect suffered injuries on his left knee and was taken to the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre for further treatment.

“There were three suspects aged in their 20s involved in this case where one of them was safeguarding outside the premises, meanwhile another two tried to enter the counter, inside the premises.

“There were six staffs and no customer during that time. The two suspects immediately fled with their motorcycles, after their friend was shot by the security guard…”

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Lelaki cedera ditembak pengawal slps cuba rompak premis pengiriman & pengurupan wang di PJ

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5 January 2016

Attacked over Dota?

Men allegedly stab cyber cafe employee in Malaysia for hogging computer

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Video game fan allegedly stabs Malaysia cyber cafe employee
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SERDANG – A video game fan allegedly stabbed a man in the neck with a parang for not letting him play on a computer console at a cyber cafe here.

The victim is in stable condition at the Serdang Hospital, while the suspect, in his 40s, and an accomplice have been arrested by police.

The incident began at about 10pm Saturday when the suspect got into an argument with the victim, an employee at the Taman Bukit Serdang cyber cafe, because the employee was reportedly hogging a computer he wanted to play on

Serdang OCPD Asst Comm Razimi Ahmad said that the suspect was “unhappy” as the employee would not relinquish the computer, even though he had been on it for a “long time”.

“They had a war of words, the suspect left unsatisfied, and then came back at about 11.30pm with a friend,” he said.

They re-entered the cafe allegedly carrying a badminton racquet bag which contained a parang and a plank.

In a fit of rage, the two men then attacked the victim with the plank and parang.

The cafe management broke up the scuffle and told the men to take their dispute outside of the premise before closing up the crowded cafe.

The men reportedly continued their fight at a nearby restaurant, where police said the victim was then stabbed in the neck.

However, witnesses claimed that about four friends of the victim came to his aide and slashed the suspect with his own parang and subdued his accomplice with the plank.

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2 January 2016

Wow, 40 customers for their tomyam restaurant? No, it was 2.15am and they didn’t come to eat but to hurt and rob!

2h2 hours ago

Melarikan wang tunai serta barang kemas dianggarkan bernilai RM15,000.

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Tomyam restaurant owner and wife attacked by 40 people on New Year’s Day

By BALVIN KAUR – 2 January 2016 @ 2:50 PM

GEORGE TOWN: A couple was seriously injured after they were attacked on New Year’s Day by a group of 40 men, as an act of revenge.
In the 2.15am incident, Mayusoh Epong was at his house at Taman Tunas Muda here, when a group of 40 men barged into the house via his restaurant, which was connected to the home.
The mob then proceeded to assault Mayusoh, his wife and three workers with helmets and chairs.
The group of men then fled from the scene with some RM15,000 worth of jewellery and cash, after injuring the victims.
Southwest district police chief Superintendent Lai Fah Hin said the five victims were taken to the hospital.
“Mayusoh believed that the suspects brought a group of men to attack them as revenge,” he said.
“So far, 14 men have been arrested and they will be remanded to facilitate investigation,” he said adding that the case would be investigated under Section 394 of the Penal Code.

Cat 1-0 Cat burglar

The new security guard tried to break into an apartment but had to flee when the owner, woken up by his cat, confronted him.

Pok Yea the formerly stray cat helps nab wayward security guard [VIDEO]

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SUBANG JAYA: A loud ‘meow’ from Pok Yea the cat foiled a robbery attempt and saved the day today. But the 10-kilogram British Short Hair was just returning a favour to its owner, Azmira A. Rahim, 39, who had taken the former stray under his care. “My cat literally saved my family and me. Pok Yea was just a stray cat and I found him under an abandoned car,” said Azmira when met at his apartment in Jalan Jubli Emas here.Read More :

Pet cat ‘purr’-fectly foils attempted burglary in Batu Tiga

By ZAHRATULHAYAT MAT ARIF – 2 January 2016 @ 2:35 PM
SUBANG JAYA: A man has his beloved pet cat to thank for ‘sounding the alarm’ after a would-be burglar attempted to break into his apartment in Batu Tiga, early today.
The 39-year-old clerk was fast asleep when his cat woke him up with its frantic meowing at 2.50am.
Puzzled, the man decided to check his apartment, which is located on the eighth floor.
He was stunned to find a man at his balcony.
Subang Jaya police chief Assistant Commissioner Yahaya Ramli said investigation revealed that the 21-year-old suspect was actually a security guard at the apartment.

29 December 2015



29 December 2015

Police looking for man involved in cabbie murder
By Sharifah Mahsinah Abdullah
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KOTA BARU: Police issued a photofit of a man suspected to be involved in the killing of a taxi driver at Jalan Pasir Mas-Salor on Monday.
Kelantan police chief Datuk Mazlan Lazim said police believed the man who is a local in his late 20s, could shed light into the murder of Sudin Awang, 67.
“Based on the description by a witness, the man is thin and dark and believed to be a Malay.
Members of the public who came across or have information about the man, can inform the nearest police station,” he told a press conference here today.
Mazlan said police, however, have yet to determine the motive of the murder but initial investigation showed that the victim died after he was stabbed on the back.

Fotofit itu dibuat berdasarkan keterangan saksi utama kes.

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28 December 2015 | MYT 10:51 PM

Taxi driver stabbed to death in Kota Baru


KOTA BARU: An elderly taxi driver was stabbed to death in broad daylight by a suspect on a motorcycle at the Jalan Pasir Mas-Salor traffic light junction here on Monday afternoon.

Kelantan Criminal Investigation Department chief ACP Ahmad Taufek Abdullah said Sudin Awang, 67, from Pasir Puteh, died on the spot in the 2.30pm incident.

A female passenger, who was seated in the rear passenger seat, fled from the vehicle following the incident.

ACP Ahmad said the killer had earlier smashed the rear, front and driver’s side windows of the taxi when Sudin stopped for the red light.

“At that juncture, the motorcyclist demanded that the taxi driver alight from the vehicle.

“When Sudin did as ordered, the motorcyclist stabbed him with a sharp object,” he told reporters at the scene of the crime.

Ahmad Taufek said the killer rode off in the direction of Salor and the female passenger also fled from the scene.

28 December 2015

Woman returns home to discover son’s decomposing body.
An inspection of Mohd Ridzwan Tambi Chik, 37, found bloodstains on his head while his wallet and identity card were missing. 

Woman returns home to find son’s decomposing body

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Woman returns home to discover son’s decomposing body

MALACCA, Dec 27 — Saedah Sidek, 66, had a shock of her life when she found the decomposing body of her son, believed to have died five days ago, in her house at Kampung Pulau Sebang, Alor Gajah, near here, at about 10am today.

Alor Gajah district police chief, Supt Muhamad Ismail Muhamad Yusuf said the woman was in Kuala Lumpur since December 18 to send a sibling of the victim for umrah.

He said the victim who worked at a shipping company in Johor Bahru had returned to his mother’s house for a holiday, while the initial investigation also found the victim, who was a widower, had no major illness.  — Bernama

23 December 2015

Woman who attacked her daughter-in-law goes to TR Mental Hospital near Ipoh. Her sister gets 18 years’ jail.

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BUKIT MERTAJAM : The fate of two sisters, in their 60s, who violently attacked a family member was announced today at the Bukit Mertajam Sessions Court.

Lee Wei Mei, 66, who was acquitted by reason of insanity in the violent attack of her daughter-in-law, Julie Yeoh Kar Tin will be sent to Hospital Tanjung Rambutan in Perak for mental illness treatment.

However, her younger sister Lee Wei Chee, 63, who also attacked the victim, was found guilty by the court and was sentenced to 18 years of jail.

20 December 2015

Cook murders wife with meat cleaver, then tries to take own life

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20 December 2015 | MYT 1:53 PM

Man detained for suspected murder of wife

JOHOR BARU: The police have detained a 52-year old man who is believed to have murdered his 47-year old wife at Taman Kluang Barat.

Johor Police CID chief Senior Asst Comm Kamarul Zaman Mamat said initial investigation showed that after murdering his wife, the suspect tried to take his own life by slashing his wrists several times.

“The couple’s son in his 20s who returned from work at around 5.30am on Sunday discovered his mother’s body in the house while his father was on top of the body,” said SAC Kamarul Zaman.

He said police discovered a blood-stained meat cleaver and a pair of scissors at the crime scene that was believed be used by the suspect.




9 December 2015 | MYT 11:12 PM

Man stabbed following argument over dog

KUALA LUMPUR: A pet dog was said to be the root cause of an argument which led to a fight where a man was stabbed, leaving the victim in critical condition.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad said initial investigations revealed that the argument was sparked by the presence of a dog in the house where the victim was staying.

It is learnt that a fellow female tenant had brought the dog into the house, angering the victim.

A quarrel ensued before a group of men, said to be friends of the woman, started attacking the victim.

“We are on the lookout for the armed assailant who attacked the victim with several of his friends,” SAC Zainuddin said when contacted on Saturday.

He also said police had arrested two jobless men, in their 20s, at an apartment block near Jalan Usahawan, Setapak to assist investigations into the incident.


Apabila jaga tiba di depan rumah, dia mendapati ada sekumpulan lelaki

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Stabbing victim in critical condition

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KUALA LUMPUR: A production manager is in critical condition after he was stabbed by unknown assailant at his apartment in Jalan Genting Klang yesterday.
“The guards claimed they saw the victim quarrelling with man and later, a group of seven men and the suspect’s girlfriend came and hit the victim,” he said.
The guards tried to break up the fight but a man from the group stabbed the victim with a knife.
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Malaysian Insider

Men with hammers raid gold shop, escape with RM80,000 haul

A gold shop on Jalan Maxwell, Rawang, Selangor, lost RM80,000 worth of merchandise when it was robbed by two men armed with hammers yesterday.

Gombak police chief Ali Ahmad said in the 3.20pm incident the two suspects, who were wearing helmets and gloves, entered the shop and started smashing the jewellery display cabinets.

“Four female shop assistants were on the premises. The suspects then fled on a motorcycle parked not far away,” he said in a statement yesterday.


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14 December 2015

Did he die before the door flat was padlocked, or after?

Man’s body found at Hang Tuah flats

KUALA LUMPUR: The body of a man was found in a house on the 12th floor of Hang Tuah flats here last night.

Kuala Lumpur Fire and Rescue Department operation officer, Samsol Maarif Saibani said the department received a call at 9.33pm and four firemen from the Hang Tuah station rushed to the location.

“The house was shackled at the door but firemen broke the padlock at 10pm and found the body.

“The victim was believed to have died four days ago and the body was handed over to police for further actions,” he said when contacted last night.

These are the Hang Tuah flats. They are located beside Jalan Hang Tuah and next to the Hang Tuah LRT Station.

zh.jpgProblems have been left to fester for years at the Jalan Hang Tuah flats. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Kamal Ariffin, November 13, 2015. – See more at:

10 December 2015

The body of a murdered man found dumped last Sunday under the Gerik-Kupang bridge on Jalan Raya Timur Barat has been identified as Joevani Ahmed, 41, from Taman Budiman in Banting, Selangor.
It seems that he had cheated too many people.

إِنَّا للهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعونَ Saya tidak bertemu arwah lebih lima tahun

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Malaysian Insider

Police identify murdered man dumped under bridge

Perak Criminal Investigation Department chief Datuk Goh Kok Liang said the victim was identified through DNA tests based on Joevani’s blood given by his widow at 9am yesterday.

He said the motive of the killing was believed to be linked to cheating and debts.

“The victim also had two previous convictions for cheating,” Goh said.

Goh said a post-mortem revealed that Joevani was killed by blows to the chest with a blunt object at an unknown location before his body was dumped under the bridge.

“When the victim’s body was found, his hands and legs were bound with tape.

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4 December 2015

Masked men escape with RM80k worth of jewellery from Kuantan store

By T.N. Alagesh – 4 December 2015 @ 8:30 PM

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KUANTAN: Two masked men made away with RM80,000 worth of gold necklaces and accessories from a jewellery shop in Jalan Mahkota here today.
The suspects, armed with a samurai sword and sledgehammer, arrived in a car about 2pm before barging into the shop.
Kuantan police chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Aziz Salleh said one of the man used the hammer to break the glass panel before running off with a tray of jewellery.

He said the suspects fled with a third accomplice who was waiting in a car parked several meters from the shop.

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Malay Mail Online

Five men rob four illegal gold traders of RM1.4m


IPOH, Dec 3 — Five youths armed with pistols and a hammer took the shine out of four illegal gold traders when they robbed them of RM1.4 million at a petrol station last night.

Earlier, two of the four victims who had arrived in a Mercedes Benz car went to buy food at the petrol station near the Tapah rest and service area about 9.30pm.

Perak police chief Datuk Osman Salleh said at that juncture, a Toyota Vios stopped in front of the Mercedes Benz while a Honda Civic came to a halt from behind.

“Five youths, some wearing masks and others using cloth to conceal their faces alighted from the two vehicles before smashing the windscreen of the Mercedes Benz and its rear passenger window.

“Two of them trained their pistols at the two victims seated in the car while an accomplice brandished a hammer.

“One of the robbers opened the boot of the Mercedes Benz and took away RM1.4 million which was kept in two separate boxes.

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20 November 2015



Friday November 20, 2015 MYT 7:21:32 AM

Woman vents anger on thief


A woman in Senawang, Negri Sembilan, is said to have hired eight gangsters to beat up a gardener she accused of having stolen two jewellery items from her home, reported Harian Metro.

During the recent incident, the 28-year-old man had his face and body stepped on by the gangsters.

On Nov 3, the woman had lodged a police report against the man for stealing six jewellery items from her house in Taman Sri Mawar.

When she realised the theft, the woman went to the man’s house to confront him.

However, the man only returned four items – a ring, an earring and two nose rings.

“The remaining two items were not returned, causing the woman to fly into a rage and take the man’s handphone.

The source added that when the man went to her workplace to reclaim his phone two days later, he was told she had already sold it.

“The woman also asked the man to pay RM1,500 for the items stolen,” he said.

When the man could not do so, the gangsters beat him up. He later lodged a police report.

11 November 2015

In PJ: Only 13, certainly too young to be a robber!


Rakannya, 24 tahun ditahan.

Translated from Malay by

His friend, 24-year hold.

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13-year-old robber in critical condition after jumping off building.

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13-year-old boy injured in robbery attempt

PETALING JAYA: A 13-year-old boy was seriously injured after an attempt to rob a restaurant at Taman Laman Rimbunan, Kepong, today.

Sentul acting police chief Supt Mohd Sukri Kaman said the incident happened when the teenager and his 24-year-old accomplice tried to flee the scene by climbing onto the roof of the restaurant when they realised police had arrived at the scene.

“In the 6.30am incident, the teenager, who had no identity card with him, sustained serious head injuries after he jumped onto the roof and fell,” he said, adding that the accomplice was also arrested.


13-year-old robber in critical condition after jumping off building

By HANI SHAMIRA SHAHRUDIN – 10 November 2015 @ 8:39 PM



SENTUL: A 13-year-old teenager is in a critical condition after jumping off the roof of a double-storey building in his bid to flee from the police today.

The teenager, who was believed to have dropped out of school had earlier attempted to break into a restaurant in Laman Rimbunan Raya, Kepong with his accomplice.

District deputy police chief Superintendent Mohd Sukri Kaman said police was alerted by the public on the robbery attempt at about 6.30am.

“Upon reaching the scene about 15 minutes later, police saw a man at the second-storey of the building throwing a bag.

“The team arrested the 24-year-old man and seized the bag which contained tools believed to be used to break into the premises,” he told reporters at a press conference today.

While arresting the man, police received a tipoff on another suspect who had fell from the roof at the other side of the building.

It was revealed the 13-year-old suspect had sustained head injuries and bruises all over his body from the fall.


Malaysian siblings arrested over 63-year-old mother’s murder

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11 November 2015


Tuesday November 10, 2015 MYT 10:42:03 PM

Two siblings arrested over mother’s murder

KUALA LUMPUR: Two siblings have been arrested over the murder of their 63-year-old mother at a flat in Bandar Permaisuri, Cheras.

The two – a 25-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman – were detained in the living room of a Pangsapuri Sri Penara unit here beside the body of their mother, Wan Yah Wan Mat from Kelantan.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad said Wan Yah was discovered with bruises on her eyes and mouth, while traces of blood were seen oozing from her nose.

“The back of her head was also bruised. She was pronounced dead by a medical team from the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Hospital at the scene,” said Asst Comm Zainuddin.

He said that Wan Yah’s two children were arrested immediately at the scene.


Elderly woman found dead in Cheras apartment

PETALING JAYA: A 63-year-old woman was found dead in her living room at Sri Penara apartment in Bandar Permaisuri, Cheras today.

Kuala Lumpur CID chief SAC Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad said police also detained two suspects, aged 25 and 22, believed to be close relatives of the deceased at the scene.

In the 3pm incident, Zainuddin said police received a distress call that there was water flowing from the main door of the victim’s house.

“We rushed to the scene and upon arrival, the main door was locked.

“A team from the Fire and Rescue department came and broke the main door before we found the body,” Zainuddin said.

He added that the victim was pronounced dead by a medical officer from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Hospital (HUKM).

9 November 2015

How accurate are the statistics, compared with the actual state of crime in the country?

By far, the biggest problem facing police is, perhaps, the public perception that the crime rate has increased instead of otherwise.

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Do the numbers tally?

RECENTLY, police revealed that there has been a significant drop in the crime rate — 14 per cent — this year, compared with the corresponding period last year.

The drop was a trend that saw the crime rate decline by as much as 12 per cent annually, according to statistics by federal police.

However, how accurate are the statistics, compared with the actual state of crime in the country?

Are there other factors that may have contributed to the drop in the crime rate?

Are people not lodging reports any more, such as the traders at the Bagan Ajam market in Penang?

Checks by the NST in random areas nationwide revealed that residents were mainly happy with what they saw.

This included those in Taman Tun Dr Ismail in Kuala Lumpur, long thought to be a hotbed for snatch thieves.

Residents said they were satisfied that the crime rate had dropped and the area was almost crime-free.

But the same could not be said about Presint 10 in Putrajaya, where, despite statistics indicating a drop in the number of cases of index crime in the area, residents still felt unsafe, saying many burglaries occurred.

6 November 2015

Malaysian Insider

Police detain 2 men suspected of robbing traffic cop

Police yesterday detained two men believed to have robbed a traffic policeman near Subang Jaya, Selangor, on Tuesday night.Subang Jaya district police chief Yahaya Ramli said the suspects aged 22 and 30 were nabbed around 2am at USJ 1.

According to Yahya, the 23-year-old traffic cop was on his way home from work by motorcycle and had stopped at the traffic light at Persiaran Mulia, in Subang Jaya, around 10.50pm.

Another motorcycle with two men stopped next to the victim who initially thought they were his colleagues.

“But to the victim’s shock, one of the men grabbed the bag slung across his shoulder. This caused the victim to fall on the road and the suspects fled with the bag.

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26 October 2015

Man stabbed to death after argument over stained slippers

By Halim Said – 26 October 2015 @ 1:01 PM

Man stabbed to death after argument over stained slippers

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JOHOR BARU: An argument over a stained pair of slippers led to a man being stabbed to death last night.

Sahral Asmara, a 56-year-old labourer, had been embroiled in an argument with his neighbour, a 42-year-old Indonesian man with permanent resident status, at a squatter area in Jalan Kebun Teh Lama at 7.50pm.

It was believed that the two had argued over who was at fault for the Indonesian man’s slippers being stained with dog faeces.

The argument became heated and Sahral was subsequently stabbed in the waist.

Sahral was rushed to the Sultanah Aminah Hospital but succumbed to his injury.

Sulaiman said police are now hunting the suspect, who fled after the incident.

21 October 2015


Just stay safe, somehow…

Putrajaya expects crime surge as economy slows down

Putrajaya expects crime surge as economy slows down

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Crime rates could increase over the next two years as the economy slows down, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said.

The Star reported Nur Jazlan urging police and the public to be more vigilant against snatch thefts and muggings.

“Although there has been success in reducing crime in these areas, the dampened state of the economy is likely to see a rise in crimes of opportunity in the next one or two years,” he was quoted in an answer in the Dewan Rakyat today.

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Among those detained for involvement with massage parlours: ASP and a high-ranking officer attached to the business licensing department of the local council.


11 direman termasuk kakitangan PBT berhubung kes rasuah projek rumah urut di Selangor

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Assistant superintendent of police among those detained for involvement with massage parlours

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) detained 16 personnel from two local councils in Selangor and an officer-in-charge of station (OCS) who is an assistant superintendent of police (ASP) on Monday and last week.

The suspects, who are in their 30’s and 50’s, are believed to be in cahoots with the operators of several illegal massage parlours and allowed the businesses to flourish after allegedly receiving inducements for years.

Among the local council personnel held was a high-ranking officer attached to the business licensing department.

MACC director of investigations Datuk Azam Baki said today that the commission had moved in to investigate the menace as the relevant units of local councils tasked to clamp down on such activities had appeared to be indifferent to the the dozens of complaints lodged by the public.

“The public had to raise this with us when there was inaction by local councils. Raids are carried out by the local council personnel but the very next day its business as usual at these places. How can this possibly happen and who are they protecting? The local councils should be monitoring their respective jurisdictions and act to put an end to these activities which are detrimental to society.

“However, years of public complaints have fallen in deaf years. Hence, we cannot just watch this go by. That is why we had to step in. We urge the local councils to be more sensitive to public complaints and strictly enforce the law, ” he told theSun when contacted.

He said the MACC had also received information that there were legally licensed massage centres among the thousands and local council personnel had strictly enforced the law on these business but were lax on the illegal ones.

Azam said the arrests in the operation is the tip of the iceberg and the MACC would be pursuing more of such illicit businesses in the coming days.

14 October 2015

After their quarrel, he walked away from her. That was a mistake!


Wife detained after knocking down husband with Myvi

By Zarina Abdullah – 14 October 2015 @ 7:58 PM

KEMAMAN: A 26-year-old woman was detained after she knocked down her 35-year-old husband near Pantai Teluk Mak Nik on August 16.

District police chief Superintendent Mohd Said Ibrahim said the incident happened after the couple had a verbal altercation while they were in the suspect’s car near the beach.

The victim then left the suspect’s Perodua Myvi at about 11 pm.

Not satisfied with her husband, the suspect rammed into him with the car twice. The impact caused injuries on his shoulder , thigh and finger.

“The victim lodged a report against the wife at the Chukai police station on Oct 10, at 2.47 pm ,” he said adding that the woman was picked up at her workplace the following day at a Bank in Paka, Dungun, around 3pm.

“We released her on the police bail after her statement was recorded,” he said, adding that the case was being investigated under Section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder.

67 and still in business, the pimping business…

Malay Mail Online

Cops nab sexuagenarian suspected of running sex ring in Penang

A 67-year-old man together with eight Indonesian women were arrested during the 4.40pm raid at a hotel in Penang, police said. — AFP picA 67-year-old man together with eight Indonesian women were arrested during the 4.40pm raid at a hotel in Penang, police said. — AFP pic

GEORGE TOWN, Oct 11 — Police arrested a senior citizen believed to be running a prostitution ring, after raiding a hotel at Kampung Deli, here yesterday.

Northeast district police chief ACP Mior Faridalatrash Abdul Wahid said in the 4.40pm raid, a 67-year-old man together with eight Indonesian women, aged between 24 and 36, were arrested.

“Initial investigations revealed that the elderly man acted as a pimp while the eight women who had breached their social visit passes were offering sex services,” he said here today.

He said police also arrested a Bangladeshi man aged 25 years for allegedly soliciting sex at the hotel, to help investigations.

Police also seized several paraphernalia relating to prostitution, including notebooks, condoms, towels and lubricants.

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Crime rate index in Sg Buloh drops compared to last year

KUALA LUMPUR: The crime rate index in Sungai Buloh has shown a decrease from January to August this year, compared to the corresponding period last year.

Selangor police chief Datuk Abdul Samah Mat told a press conference today that the crime index in Sungai Buloh showed a reduction of 10.15% compared to the same period last year.

5 September 2015


Saturday September 5, 2015 MYT 6:51:14 PM

Masked robber duo make off with RM130,000 jewellery haul

ALOR SETAR: Two masked robbers stormed into a jewellery shop in Pekan Baru Changlun near here and escaped with valuables worth about RM130,000 in broad daylight.

In the incident which occurred at about noon Saturday, the robbers were armed with a hammer and an air gun.

The robbers, both wearing gloves, smashed the glass display cabinets and took away seven trays of assorted jewellery.


Holders and check the dispensing nozzles also fired a machine gun, warning people not to go near, another with a hammer smashed the glass …
光明日報 Guang Ming Daily's photo.

28 August 2015

Car owner shot in shoulder by carjacker (with video)

Published on Aug 27, 2015

KUALA TERENGGANU: The owner of a four-wheel drive was shot in the shoulder in a botched carjacking attempt at Jalan Hiliran, here last night. During the 9pm incident, the 28-year-old victim was heading to his Toyota Hilux to collect his Astro card when he was shot at by an assailant who was trying to steal his car.

22 August 2015



Gadis guna pisau rompak kedai serbaneka, dua lelaki kecut perut


Woman robs convenience store

By PRIYA PUBALAN – 21 August 2015 @ 7:18 PM

GEORGE TOWN: Penang police are in search for a woman, believed to be in her 30s, who robbed two Nepalese men in a convenience store at Jalan Macalister today.

In the 12.55am incident, the suspect who was wearing a black T-shirt with helmet walked into the store on the pretext of buying two boxes of Dunhill cigarettes before she attempted the crime.

Northeast district OCPD Assistant Commissioner Mior Faridalatrash said the suspect was armed with a knife and threatened the workers in the store before she escaped with a motorcycle.

“The close-circuit television (CCTV) footage revealed that she had threatened the two workers with knife and fled off.


3 July 2015

Malay Mail Online

Woman’s half-naked body found near Kulim car wash centre

ALOR SETAR, July 2 — The body of a half-naked woman was found in the vicinity of a car wash centre at Jalan Pondok Labu, Kulim near here today.

“The body was found half-naked (wearing only a bra) and has facial injuries,” he said in a statement here today.

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Mayat ditemui dlm keadaan separuh bogel dgn tangan diikat di blkg pusat cuci kereta di Keladi,Kulim,11.45 pagi tadi.


Wanted for robbing a petrol station in Jelebu, Negri Sembilan.

Penyamun dikehendaki: Lelaki hunus parang panjang di stesen minyak

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Jelebu: Polis memburu seorang penjenayah yang menyamun sebuah stesen minyak di Simpang Durian, di sini, kelmarin, selepas kelibatnya dirakam kamera litar tertutup (CCTV). Suspek berusia 30-an melakukan perbuatan itu pada jam 9.40 malam bersenjatakan parang. … Katanya, suspek memberhentikan kereta di pintu masuk kedai stesen dan terus ke kaunter sambil memegang sebilah parang. – See more at: —–

They drove off when the police told them to stop, only to be stopped by a funeral procession.


zsIn Simpang Pulai, Ipoh

Foreigner murdered after drinking binge

By Sylvia Looi – 19 May 2015 @ 10:24 PM
IPOH: A 43-year-old foreigner was found dead with injuries to his head at a restaurant at Persiaran Pulai Baru 1, Simpang Pulai here. The man, who holds a permanent resident status, was pronounced dead by paramedics sent to the scene at 6.45pm today. District acting police chief Superintendent Anuar Othman said the victim was believed to have been hit by a blunt object. “The victim was believed to be drinking with two acquaintances before they got into a tiff that lead to the attack on the victim,” he said at the scene. (Mani?) is dead.

Police shoot dead wanted man in Butterworth

By PHUAH KEN LIN – 13 May 2015 @ 10:02 AM

BUTTERWORTH: A 49-year-old man high on police wanted list with some 54 previous criminal convictions was shot dead by police in a shootout this morning. . The man, K Jevanantha nicknamed “Money”, had fired four shots at the police during ‘Op Cantas’ carried out a team of North Seberang Prai police in Lorong Kubur about 5am. . Its district police chief Assistant Commissioner Abdul Rahman Ibrahim said Jevanantha was riding on his motorcycle and turning into the secluded lane when policemen spotted him. . “The team ordered him to stop but the man alighted from his machine and starting to run. “Jevanantha then whipped out a pistol while running and fired four shots at the team. . “Our man returned fire and hit him at the chest and head,” Abdul Rahman said in a press conference at the Butterworth police station.

Religious teacher arrested after fatal stabbing of girlfriend pressuring him to marry

中國報訊:雪州新古毛一名26歲宗教師不滿34歲的寡婦女友再三逼婚,竟在車內狂刺對方7刀奪命,事後被捕。 詳細報導翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》

zx … Star

Wednesday May 6, 2015 MYT 6:37:14 PM

Religious teacher arrested after fatal stabbing of girlfriend pressuring him to marry

PETALING JAYA: Pressured by his girlfriend’s constant nagging for him to wed her, a religious teacher allegedly stabbed the 34-year-old woman to death in front of the school he teaches at. The man was arrested at his home in Jalan Songket 4, Taman Bukit Bujang, several hours after the bloodied body of Nur Salina Nazir was discovered in her grey Proton Wira at about 9am on Wednesday. Nur Salina, who has four children, was found with seven stab wounds on her body at the drivers seat. Nur Salina’s vehicle was parked in front of Sekolah Rendah Agama Kuala Kubu Baru with the door to the driver’s seat left opened. She was discovered by passers-by who alerted the authorities. t is learnt that a heated argument broke out after she allegedly insisted on her boyfriend marrying her. The argument took a turn for the worse when the man suddenly whipped out a knife and started stabbing her repeatedly.

中國報訊:手機存惡搞首相的加工照片惹禍,工程師被“黑警”勒索1000令吉,幸全程被路旁店舖的閉路電視“無意中”拍下,4名涉案警員全被捕! 詳細報導翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》/


手機有首相納吉惡搞圖可構成煽動罪名?車廠少東申訴,他日前下班開車回家時,被4名警員刻意刁難,其中一名警員在其手機微信聊天室裡發現一張友人傳給他的“惡搞首相合成圖”, 直斥他有造反嫌疑,可在煽動罪名下被控坐牢5年,甚至恐嚇要逐他出境,向他勒索…….

z2 — Star

Monday April 27, 2015 MYT 11:07:56 AM

Johor cops shoot dead two men behind 17 robberies

KULAIJAYA: Police have shot dead two foreign nationals believed to be responsible for 17 robberies and are currently searching for the robbers’ two accomplices. Johor Police chief Chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Rusli Ahmad said the two suspects were shot at around 3.45am, Monday near a forest reserve here on Monday. “Our men were patrolling the area when they saw them behaving suspiciously in a car. One of the suspects then fired at the police,” he told reporters at the crime scene.

Polis masih memburu dua lagi suspek diri di kawasan berhampiran. Pix Sabran Md Sani

Polis Johor tembak mati dua penjenayah warga Indonesia di Bandar Putra, Kulaijaya, 3.30 pagi ini


Tuesday April 21, 2015 MYT 7:03:56 AM

Bomoh rapes bride-to-be instead of restoring her virginity

PETALING JAYA: A bride-to-be was so worried that her fiancé would reject her if he found out she was not a virgin that she sought a bomoh’s help to fix her hymen. However, the 53-year-old bomoh decided to take advantage of her naivety instead. He made the 22-year-old woman send explicit videos of herself to him and forced himself on her as part of the “healing ritual”. … “He said she could send him 10 explicit videos of herself, let him touch her body or let him have sex with her,” he said. The woman chose the first option. “She sent the bomoh three explicit videos of herself. However, she got tired of sending him the videos and settled for the second option. “She met the suspect at about 7.20pm on April 16 at a shack near Broga Hill,” ACP Abdul Rashid said. The woman initially assumed that the bomoh merely wanted to caress her. “Instead, he forced himself on her,” he said, adding that she lodged a police report the same night. The suspect was arrested the same day. — theSundaily

Duo lose 30kg gold bars in heist

KUALA LUMPUR: Barely two hours after arriving from overseas with 30kg of gold bullions worth more than RM3 million, two businessmen lost it to four parang-wielding robbers at Jalan Raja, near Dataran Merdeka on Saturday. Sources said the victims who are gold bar wholesalers and own goldsmith shops at Jalan Mesjid India had earlier arrived from Singapore at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) with a suitcase packed with the gold bars at about 7pm. It is learnt that as a security measure to avoid the risk of being robbed during their journey to the city if they travelled by road, the men who are aged 35 and 40 chose to board a train from KLIA to KL Sentral here. On arriving KL Sentral about an hour later, the men lugged their gems and took a taxi to their office at Jalan Mesjid India. Sources said the victims told police that as they passed Dataran Merdeka, a four-wheel drive vehicle overtook their taxi and abruptly swerved towards it, forcing the cabbie to pull over at about 8.30pm. Four men armed with parangs stepped out before dashing towards the taxi. Brandishing their weapons, the robbers threatened their victims and ordered them to hand over the bag containing the gold bars. Fearing for their lives, the victims who were too stunned at the sight of the assailants could only watch as the assailants grabbed their gem-filled bag before escaping in their getaway vehicle. HE ALMOST THE VICTIM OF A KIDNAP ATTEMPT? Star

Thursday April 16, 2015 MYT 7:58:16 AM

Nine-year-old boy hides in school toilet to outwit suspicious stranger

SUNGAI PETANI: A quick-thinking nine-year-old boy managed to outwit a stranger, who was believed to be trying to abduct him after school. During the 6.30pm incident on Monday, the Primary Three pupil from SJK (C) Sin Min (A) here was said to have been approached by a man wearing a cap outside the school toilet after classes ended. The man, whom the boy did not know, told him that he had been asked by his parents to pick him up from school. However, sensing some­­­thing amiss, the boy, whose classes are in the afternoon session, rushed into the toilet and locked himself in a cubicle until he felt safe enough to come out. The boy’s father later came to fetch him. SJK (C) Sin Min (A) headmaster, known as Lim, said he had spoken to the parents of the boy. “The boy would always wait for his father to fetch him from school. The parents confirmed that they did not send anyone to pick him up that day,” he said. … Lee said no police report had been lodged at the moment because the school was still carrying out its own internal investigation into the matter. It is understood that SJK (C) Sin Min (A) shares the same compound with SJK (C) Sin Min (B).

“你爸爸沒空,他叫我來接你”,新民A校一名三年級學生險遭拐帶,所幸機警的他看到是陌生人不願跟隨並跑開躲藏起來,直到父親到達學校他才現身,並把之前驚險一幕告知,父親為兒子險些被拐而捏了一把冷汗! 另外,新山巫裔男童由母親載送上學時,在校門口險遭兩名男子強行擄走,母親奮力與男子拉扯救回兒子,男子見事機敗露馬上開車逃離。 See More


【北马】 消息指出,可疑的黑衣黑裤男子在放学时段潜入校园,向9岁男童表示其家长委托接载,机警的男童立刻躲进厕所反锁,避过了被陌生人拐走…

zb — Star

Tuesday April 14, 2015 MYT 3:38:06 PM

Temple priest among two dead in brutal murder

za Police examining the remains of the Hindu priest at KM10 Jalan Bristol RAWANG: Two men, including a temple priest, were found dead in a car at KM10 Jalan Bristol here. The two, whose identities were withheld by police, were found by passers-by at about 8.50am on Tuesday. Gombak OCPD Asst Comm Ali Ahmad said police were immediately deployed to the scene where the bodies were found in a green Perodua Kembara. “The driver was found his throat slit while the other was strangled to death with a seat belt,” he said, adding that the victims were 23 years old.

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A Mongolian woman, believed to be a student at a local university, was found dead at a luxury condominium near…

A Mongolian woman, believed to be a student at a local university, was found dead at a luxury condominium near Jalan Pertiwi, Desa Pandan today. Her body was discovered in a pool of blood at the parking lot of the condo at 12 noon. The 29-year-old victim was believed to have fallen to her death from the balcony of her condo unit on the sixth floor of the building. Forensic investigators have also found signs of a scuffle in the condo unit but did not find any murder weapon. Winesses also claimed they heard a fight broke out at the premises several hours before her body was found. Authorities later detained her three housemates, who are also Mongolians, to assist investigations. All of them, including the victim, possesed valid social visit passes and came to the country end of last month. So far, the case was still classified as sudden death. The remains were brought to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for post mortem.

中國報訊:一名蒙古女大學生與人發生激烈爭執,混亂中疑遭人從公寓6樓單位露台強推下樓,當場斃命。 詳細報導翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》/

China News: a Mongolia female college student’s quarrel with others, suspected of being in the chaos, 6 floor, balconies with a strong push from the apartment downstairs, killed on the spot. Details read tonight/tomorrow the Chinese newspaper/
獨家攝影:楊淦翔  (吉隆坡12日訊)一名蒙古女大學生與人發生激烈爭執,混亂中疑遭人從公寓6樓單位露台強推下樓,當場斃命。  警方事后扣查3名年齡介于23歲至32歲的女死者室友,這3名女室友當時滿身…

Mongolian woman dies after falling from 6th floor

By HANI SHAMIRA SHAHRUDIN – 12 April 2015 @ 6:17 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: A 29-year-old Mongolian woman succumbed to her injuries after she fell from the sixth floor of an apartment’s balcony in Taman Maluri, here, today. A source close to the investigation said a neighbour had alerted the police of the incident at about 11.30am after discovering the woman’s body. The neighbour, he said, prior to the incident had heard a loud scream coming from the victim’s house. “Initial investigation revealed there were shattered glasses around the living room and the dining table at the house. The victim lived with three other Mongolian women in the house,” he said. Police were still investigating the cause of her death and if there were any foul play involved.

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Subang Jaya: Seorang lelaki warganegara India maut dipercayai terjatuh dari tingkat tujuh, Blok D, Flat Seri Tanjung USJ 16/7 di sini, petang tadi. Ketua Polis Daerah Subang Jaya, Asisten Komisioner Yahaya Ramli yang mengesahkan kejadian itu berkata, mangsa, Stephen Anandan, 33, disahkan meninggal dunia oleh pasukan paramedik dari Hospital Serdang pada 6.52 petang. …
“Hasil soal siasat terhadap kakak mangsa mendapati lelaki itu ada masalah mental dan mangsa kemungkinan terjatuh dari tingkat tujuh perumahan berkenaan namun siasatan lanjut masih dijalankan,” katanya.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Eight robbers hammered their way into grabbing RM300,000 in jewellery at a goldsmith shop in Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman here this evening. Dang Wangi police chief Assistant Commissioner Zainol Samah said the robbers escaped on four motorcycles heading towards Dataran Merdeka. He said in the 6pm incident, three men armed with a pistol, hammer and parang had stormed into the shop while five others waited outside on four getaway motorcycles. Zainuddin added that the CCTV footage showed the trio smashing the glass displaying an assortment of jewellery using a hammer. However no shots were fired. In the five-minute hold-up, they grabbed seven trays containing some of the jewellery before the eight of them made their escape, he added. There were two employees at the time of the hold up and none of the workers was injured in the incident. of the road…

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Wanted man shot dead

By Sylvia Looi – 10 April 2015 @ 10:07 AM SUNGAI SIPUT: A 33-year-old man, high on the police wanted list, has been shot dead by police in a shoot out here early this morning. In the 5am incident at Salak near here, the suspect was shot after he opened fire at police. A source said prior to the shooting, there was a high speed chase between the suspect and police. “Upon arrival at the scene, the suspect had crashed his car before alighting from his Proton Waja and a shootout ensured between the suspect and police,” he said.’s a time for everything. This time, it was RUN FOR YOUR LIFE! For once, it seems, nobody was foolhardy enough to take a video… Star

Monday April 6, 2015 MYT 7:39:02 AM

Shoppers run for cover as robbers strike outlet

zaGathering evidence: Police officers looking for clues at the jewellery outlet. SHAH ALAM: Shoppers busy doing their weekend shopping at a hypermarket in Section 13 here ran helter-skelter when a goldsmith outlet there was robbed in broad daylight. During the incident at about 5.15pm, five men wearing reflective vests and full-face helmets entered the shop located on the ground floor of the hypermarket. According to witness accounts, one of the robbers kept watch near the shop’s entrance while the others smashed the glass casing where jewellery was displayed. Several workers were inside the shop at the time of the incident. It was learned that the robbery lasted about 10 minutes. Two gunshots were also fired, but there was no report of injuries or death. … Shoppers ran for their lives after hearing the gunshots, while workers on duty at shops and kiosks nearby ducked for cover. distraught mother said the public were helpless in the face of such bold criminal activity and demanded serious action. Star

Wednesday April 1, 2015 MYT 7:26:26 AM

Youth found beheaded after ‘arrest’

A 19-YEAR-OLD who was escorted from his home by three men claiming to be police officers was found beheaded and dismembered the next day, Malaysia Nanban reported. According to the victim Loganraj’s mother, Parvati, the men showed up at their home in Taman Laksamana, Klang, at about 2am on March 9, clad in uniform and carrying weapons. They claimed to be from the Shah Alam police station and “arrested” Loganraj. They also confiscated the MyKad of other family members. The family went to the police station the following morning to see their son but were shocked to learn that there had been no such arrest. Their worst fears were confirmed when police found a dismembered and beheaded body near Port Klang that night. — Free Malaysia Today

Nigerian student beaten to death at project site

March 23, 2015

The student is believed to have suffered blows to the head or was punched repeatedly.

CYBERJAYA: The body of a Nigerian student, believed to have been beaten to death, was found at the entrance of the Cyber Heights Villa project site here today. Nwole David Namdi, 37, had sustained bruises and scratches on the face. Sepang CID chief, ASP Mohd Iqbal Ibrahim said several copies of the victim’s passport, immigration and student cards were found scattered within a 200 metre-radius. He said passers-by who stumbled upon the body at about 7.40am, alerted the authorities. Bernama — Star

Monday March 23, 2015 MYT 6:50:48 AM

Mugged, beaten and bruised

PETALING JAYA: Three friends were mugged and one severely beaten by four robbers armed with taser guns and motorcycle locks after their car broke down in Ara Damansara. Although they shouted for help, passing motorists merely slowed down to look before driving off. One of the victims, Fiqa Liyana Chong, 25, said their car stalled after they drove out of a shopping centre after supper early Saturday morning. She stayed in the car while her two male friends, aged 28 and 30, waited outside for a tow truck. At about 3am, four men wearing motorcycle helmets rode up, threatening them with taser guns and swinging motorcycle locks. Read the whole report here: Kit Leng, 38, told police he wanted to rob the store because he lacked money.

Wisma Putra confirmed on Tuesday the nationality of 38-year-old Moi Kit Leng, following verification from Chinese police. The Malaysian Embassy in Beijing will also contact Moi’s family to assist with investigations. In the robbery incident on Monday evening, Moi, clad in black and wearing a mask, tied up a female sales assistant and grabbed 11 watches worth a whopping RM 1.7 million in the Cartier outlet. He was armed with a black plastic toy gun and tried to flee the scene by hijacking a taxi. However, he was nabbed by police a mere 22 minutes later. Moi later confessed to robbing the high end jewelry store due to difficulties in making ends meet. No one was injured in the attempted heist, which is still under investigation. … Today

Beijing police detain Malaysian over robbery with toy gun

Published: 10:31 PM, March 17, 2015
BEIJING (AP) — A Malaysian robbery suspect was captured 22 minutes after he grabbed watches from a downtown Beijing luxury store while carrying a black toy gun, police said today (March 17). Moi Kit Leng, 38, was detained on suspicion of robbery yesterday evening after the robbery at a shopping center in the bustling Wangfujing district, the police said. The Beijing News identified the retailer as a Cartier store. … Shanghaiist

Malaysian man detained after robbing Beijing Cartier shop with toy gun

cartier-thief.jpg Beijing police detained a Malaysian national who used a toy gun to stick up a Cartier store and make off with over 3 million yuan in goods on Monday evening. The suspect, identified as 38-year-old Moi Kit Leng, was charged with robbery after he managed to grab around 11 watches from the store, located at a shopping center in the capital’s Wangfujing district. The Cartier store manager said that the mask-clad, plastic gun-wielding robber snatched watches worth more than 3 million yuan all together, according to the Beijing News. He didn’t make it far. Police received a call at around 7:00 p.m. and caught the suspect just two kilometers from the scene less than half an hour later. We assume it wasn’t too hard to spot the only grown man in the city running around the streets with a toy gun. It’s reported that the suspect attempted to make a getaway by hijacking a taxi. — Star

Monday March 9, 2015 MYT 4:17:51 PM

Robber gunned down in heist at Taman Maluri shopping mall

The Naza Citra used in the heist that led to one robber dead.

The Naza Citra used in the heist that led to one robber dead.

KUALA LUMPUR: A 30-year-old robber was shot dead at the entrance of a shopping mall in Taman Maluri here following a heist on Monday. In the 11am incident, four men in full-face helmets rammed into a money changer’s outlet by reversing a white Naza Citra into the mall. The outlet was located near the entrance of the mall. City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Zainuddin Ahmad said the men, two armed with parang, then threatened the money changer before making their escape with an undisclosed amount of money. As the suspects were running away, a security guard, who saw the incident opened fire. “Three shots were fired, one hit the robber in the chest. He died at the scene.

IT consultant slashed, robbed while checking bank balance:

Monday March 9, 2015 MYT 12:37:58 PM

IT consultant slashed, robbed while checking bank balance

PETALING JAYA: An IT consultant was slashed and robbed while he was checking his bank balance at an ATM in Kota Damansara. A man wearing a full-face helmet is reported to have walked up to the victim and brandished a knife in the 6.30pm, Sunday incident. Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Azmi Abu Kassim said the robber had forced the victim to withdraw RM1,000 from the ATM. “After taking the cash, the robber tried to grab the victim’s ATM card and there was a struggle. The robber slashed the man a few times before getting away,” he told The Star Online. — Star

Thursday February 26, 2015 MYT 11:04:27 PM

Indian High Commission staff lost RM25,000 in robbery

KUALA LUMPUR: The Indian High Commission lost RM25,000 in cash and proceeds to four men armed with a pistol and a machete here on Thursday. In the 11am incident, the accounts officer and head of security of the High Commission were waiting with the money for the driver in front of the lobby of Menara 1Mont Kiara when they were approached by four men on two motorcycles. Kuala Lumpur CID chief SAC Zainuddin Ahmad said a struggle ensued between the men and the two victims but the perpetrators managed to escape with the RM25,000 cash. ATTEMPT ON MAN, MOTHER ALSO SHOT! One man arrested. Star

Wednesday February 25, 2015 MYT 2:24:11 PM

Man arrested over shooting of woman and son

GEORGE TOWN: A man was arrested Wednesday in connection with Tuesday’s shooting of a woman and her son at Jalan Song Ban Keng traffic light intersection, Bukit Mertajam near here. Penang Criminal Investigation Department head Datuk Mazlan Kesah said the suspect, a 38-year-old man, was arrested at his house in Bukit Mertajam about 12.15am following a tip off. … Mazlan said police were looking for three other suspects and advised those with information on the case to come forward to assist the police in the investigation.


zaPolice: The son was previously involved in secret society activities and had several criminal records involving drugs and violent crimes. Star

Tuesday February 24, 2015 MYT 7:06:19 PM

Two family members shot at traffic light junction

BUKIT MERTAJAM: A mother and son were injured after they were shot at when the car they were travelling in stopped at the Jalan Song Ban Keng traffic light junction Tuesday. State CID Chief Datuk Mazlan Kesah said one of the victims, 21, had just attended a drug case trial at the Bukit Mertajam Court with his mother and was on their way home. “The suspects, comprising four men on two motorcycles, stopped on either side of the car (driver and passenger), and started firing at them,” he told reporters when met at the scene. He said the shots, which were fired at close range, hit the neck and arm of the woman, 43, while her son, 21, was injured on the left side of his chest. of the three men who attempted to rob gamblers in Ipoh were shot dead during a 15km chase.


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Two robbers killed in shootout with cops

February 23, 2015

One had 11 criminal records and the other had 15 and both died on the spot.

POH: The police shot dead two of the three men who robbed a house in Gunung Rapat here last Friday following a shootout in Jalan Sungai Kroh leading towards Kampung Gajah. Perak police chief Osman Salleh said the two robbers, aged 42 and 62, died on the spot in the shootout after a special team from the Perak CID spotted them in Tapah at about 5am. “When the police approached the Proton Waja in which the duo were in, they fired several shots at the police,” he told a news conference at the Perak Police headquarters, here today. Two bullets hit a policeman but the bullet-proof vest he was wearing prevented any serious injury, he said. Osman said police found a .22 revolver, four rounds of ammunition, two empty shells and a machete following the shootout. An investigation revealed that the car was reported stolen in September last year in Penang, he said. 2 VICTIMS INJURED, 1 ROBBER CAUGHT IN ROBBERY AT MAHJONG SESSION Three men had entered a house where some men were gambling at mahjong. When the victims fought back, shots were fired, resulting in two men being shot. Both were taken to hospital. One robber, hit in the head with a chair, has been arrested but the other 2 escaped.

【国內】 3名枪匪夜闯怡保1间华人住家洗劫,遭屋内人士顽抗,在混乱中2名事主中枪,惟其中1名匪徒被制伏擒捕,另外2匪则逃脫。


■ (上)年初二晚桂林园1双层住家发生枪伤案,警方在事发住家门前拉起封锁线。(下)被擒捕的其中1名匪徒嫌犯。(右)事发后,路面留下血迹斑斑。
■ 警方在案发现场用金属探测器寻找子弹壳。警方人员用电筒照射地面寻找蛛丝马迹。

February 21 ·



中國報訊:數名華裔男子大年初二聚集一間空置洋樓搓麻將,引來匪徒覬覦,3名槍匪闖入后直接開槍射傷2人,再搶走一筆現款及財物,混亂中其中一匪逃不及,當場遭擒 zb 詳細報導翻閱今晚/明日《中國報》

Police are trying to establish the motive. theSundaily

Policeman’s son gunned down gangland-style outside home in Sungai Siput

IPOH: A police corporal’s son was gunned down gangland-style at his residence in Taman Tun Sambanthan near Sungai Siput here early today. The 29-year-old victim, whose father, T. Nadarajah, 54, is attached to the Khantan Baru police station, died on the spot in the incident about 12.30am. Sungai Siput police chief Supt Wan Jamil Wan Chik said the victim sustained four gunshot wounds on the back of the head, left hand, right shoulder and left cheek. He said the policeman’s jobless son – whose name was witheld by the police to facilitate investigations – had driven a car into the parking lot of the family home in Lorong Lapan when the gunman ambushed him.


za… Star

Saturday February 21, 2015 MYT 11:18:21 AM

Jobless man shot dead in front of his house in Sungai Siput

IPOH: A 28-year-old jobless man was shot dead in front of his house in Sungai Siput, some 30km from here, early Saturday. The man had just got out of his car and was about to enter the house, around 12.30am, when his father heard multiple gunshots. The victim was found collapsed on the porch of the house. Sungai Siput OCPD Superintendent Wan Jamil Wan Chik said the police found gunshot wounds in the victim’s left arm, right shoulder, left cheek and back of the head near the right ear. “We also found five 9mm magazines and two shells. “The victim’s wallet and two handphones were untouched,” he said. — Malay Mail Online

Youth killed following brawl over damaged bike

Published: February 19, 2015 09:47 PM

zfSeri Alam police chief Supt Abdul Samad Salleh says the youth was believed to have been assaulted after a motorcycle belonging to one of the village residents was found damaged. — Reuters pic … JOHOR BAHRU, Feb 19 ― A youth succumbed to head and body injuries following an attack by a group of men over a damaged motorcycle in Kampung Pasir Putih in Pasir Gudang last night. The incident occurred at 7.15pm. Seri Alam police chief Supt Abdul Samad Salleh said the unemployed victim died on the way to a nearby clinic. He said the youth was believed to have been assaulted after a motorcycle belonging to one of the village residents was found damaged. “We have detained two men to facilitate investigations into the murder, and are looking for four others to shed light on the case,” he said when contacted this evening. ― Bernama Vivegkananthaa Sanga, 23 zb Star

Suspect in kidnap-cum-murder case arrested

By NURADILLA NOORAZAM – 19 February 2015 @ 6:37 PM

SHAH ALAM: The last suspect in the kidnapping case involving a 59-year old woman in Subang Jaya who was found dead on the beachside in Penang earlier this week was nabbed at 7:30am this morning after the police raided an apartment in Penang. The 23-year old male suspect was believed to be involved with the other six suspects, who were arrested in multiple raids this week. … Police’s investigation also revealed that some of the kidnappers had worked with the victim before while the rest were unemployed. YOUR DRIVER OR BODYGUARD CAN’T BE TRUSTED… Sardani Balveer Kaur, Managing Director of a security company, was kidnapped by a gang led by her own driver. It happened at about 1.40pm, Friday, 13 February 2015, near Sunway Pyramid. Her kidnappers demanded a ransom of RM2 million. On Saturday, 14 February 2015, her body was found floating in a river near Kampung Sungai Udang, Nibong Tebal, Penang at around 10am. It is said that she was murdered because she learnt that her own driver had master-minded her kidnap. Balveer’s body was found on Feb 14 floating in Sungai Kerian near Kampung Sungai Udang in Nibong Tebal, Penang, at 10am. No ransom was paid.Police are looking for one Vivegkananthaa Sanga, 23, to assist investigations. His last address was identified as Changkat Minden, Jalan 6, Sungai Gelugor, Penang. zb{3DE6E304-2127-4199-8BCF-155DD6F8BA3B} — theSundaily

Kidnap, murder of managing director solved

SHAH ALAM: The kidnapping and murder case of a 60-year-old female managing director of a security company was solved with the arrest of six suspects including two women by police today. It is learnt that the mastermind behind the abduction was the victim’s driver who was among those held in several raids in the Klang Valley, Penang and Perak. The kidnappers had made a ransom demand of RM2 million but never saw the sum as the victim, identified as Sardani Balveer Kaur, was killed and her body disposed at sea by her killers at Sungai Udang, Penang on Saturday. Selangor police CID chief SAC Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah said today that police arrested the victim’s 24-year-old driver soon after her body was recovered before three men and two women were held in subsequent raids. He said police are looking for another 23-year-old male accomplice who has gone into hiding. He said all six suspects in police custody are under remand for investigations. — Malay Mail Online

Sunway kidnap-cum-murder: Six arrested

By Ushar Daniele Published: February 18, 2015 07:28 AM

SHAH ALAM, Feb 18 — Four men and two women, aged 19 to 28, have been arrested in connection with the kidnap and murder of 60-year-old businesswoman Balveer Kaur on Feb 13 near Sunway Pyramid. The first suspect, a 24-year-old man, was arrested at 3.20am in Subang Jaya. This led to the arrest of a 19-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man at the Gua Tempurung rest stop at 3.15pm the following day. After the duo’s arrests, police raided a home in Gelugor, Penang, where a 22-year-old woman and a 27-year-old man were nabbed at 11.15pm. The last suspect, a 20-year-old man, was arrested on Monday also from a house in Gelugor. Selangor CID chief Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah said a task force was set up to investigate the case after a report was received on the woman’s abduction. “We are looking for another suspect, 23-year-old S. Vivegkananthaa, to conclude investigations,” he said. Police confiscated a car believed to have been used in the kidnapping. “We believe the car was used to transport the victim to Penang,” Adnan said. ————————————————————————————————————–

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