Bangladeshi Abductors Posed as Policemen

7 March 2008
Shah Alam

Five men were sentenced to jail and spared capital punishment after they pleaded guilty to abducting and wrongfully confining Bangladeshi Saiful Kibria Md Hedayat Ullah, aged 30 years, at a house in Jalan Kapar, Klang, on 30 January 2004.

At least two people have been victimised by the gang of eight Bangladeshis and locals, as they posed as policemen and abducted them. They would rob, chain, blindfold and assault them for days before releasing them.

Bangladeshis Abdullah Mamun Abdul Manan, aged 36, Abdul Rahim Yusuf, aged 37, Mohammad Kokon Mia, aged 31, and Malaysians Abdul Rahim Shah Golbal Shah, aged 48, and Mohammad Anuar Arshad, aged 29, were jailed. Three other suspects are still at large.

Abdul Rahim Yusuf and Abdul Rahim Shah were sentenced to five years’ jail each. Abdullah Mamun, Mohammad Kokon and Mohammad Anuar were sentenced to four years’ jail starting from the date of their arrests.

The five are expected to be sentenced next week for another similar charge against the second victim.

New Straits Times – Five posed as police to abduct and rob
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