Desa Mentari, PJ: They robbed him and slit his throat but he survived!

It happened in Block 10 Condominium, Desa Mentari 2, Petaling Jaya…


27 December 2017

Man waiting for lift at apartment gets throat slit by 2 robbers

PETALING JAYA: A 44-year-old man was robbed and had his throat slit while he was waiting for the lift at an apartment in Desa Mentari here early this morning.

District police chief Assistant Commissioner Mohd Zani Che Din said the man was attacked by two men, believed to be staying in the same area, as he was waiting for the lift at about 4am.

“The men attacked the victim from behind, causing him to fall before pinning him to the ground.

“One of the men held the victim’s hands, while another slit his neck and slashed his shoulder before snatching a gold chain worth RM10,000 from his neck,” he said in a statement.

Zani said the victim tried to fight back but failed and the men fled as soon as they saw him standing up.

The victim then contacted his friend, who drove him to a private hospital in Subang.

“Based on our initial investigation, the two men are known to the victim. Efforts are being made to track down the men,” he said, adding that police have identified the men.

Police were notified of the incident by a nurse at the private hospital. The victim had sustained three slash wounds on his neck and shoulder.

Man slashed on the neck, shoulder, gold chain snatched

KUALA LUMPUR: A local man was slashed on the neck and shoulder by two individuals during a robbery at the Block 10 Condominium, Desa Mentari 2, Petaling Jaya, near here Tuesday (Dec 26).

In the incident at about 5pm, the victim was waiting for the lift at the condominium when he was approached by two suspects from behind.

Petaling Jaya OCPD ACP Mohd Zani Che Din said following the sudden attack, the 44-year-old victim fell and could not defend himself.

“One of the suspects held his hand, hugged the victim from behind and slashed his neck and shoulder.

“The suspects were also believed to have snatched the gold necklace belonging to the victim which was estimated to be worth RM10,000. The victim tried to fight off the suspects but was in vain. Both suspects then fled as soon as they saw the victim getting up,” he said when contacted.

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