Nigerian Men Wanted for Murder of Two Women, Children Traumatized

26 September 2007
Kuala Lumpur

Two more Nigerian men are wanted by the police to aid in investigations on the murder of two women in Taman Usahawan, Kepong.

The two women, one of whom was a mother of two young children, were believed to be students and housemates of two Nigerian men who were arrested at a nearby unit of the shoplot on Monday. These men are students at private colleges in Jalan Masjid India and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. Police will remand them until 30 September 2007.

Beautician Ang Chin Ping, aged 36, was found laying naked in the hall, while her housemate, Wong Tan Yong, aged 32, a direct-sales agent was found lying face down in another room. Ang’s 6-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter had witnessed the murders.

The suspects had told the children to go into their room where they were believed to have spent at least two hours with the bodies.

A foot-long blood-stained knife was found in the kitchen sink of the victims’ unit and post-mortem results showed that Wong was not sexually assaulted before she was murdered.

Ang’s 51-year-old mother Pan Khuan Dai, father Ang Thean Poh and uncle Ang Yew Weng were at the Kuala Lumpur General Hospital yesterday to claim Ang’s body.

Hospital child psychiatrist Dr Toh Chin Lee will assess the mental and emotional health of the children while they remain under the police child protection unit. The Welfare Department would give RM250 to each child per month as the children now had no parents.

Their father had jumped to his death a few months ago.

The Star Online – Cops seek two more Nigerians

New Straits Times – Kids suffering mental trauma

New Straits Times – Detained Nigerians have student visas

MCW – Two Women Sexually Assaulted and Stabbed to Death

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