Woman Dragged 55m by Carjackers

13 October 2011

52-year-old Teoh Lay Moi was hit and dragged by her car which was hijacked by two men for 55 metres at her house in Jalan Kapar here. The incident occurred around 7:15pm when the victim, a finance executive, was parking her Toyota Altis vehicle after returning from work.

Teoh’s husband, Koh Siew Ming, and her son rushed out from their house when Teoh was screaming for help outside. They saw two men attempting to drive away Teoh’s car. Teoh had tried to block their way but one of the suspects reversed the car, hit and dragged her along the road. It is believed that the men were waiting to ambush Teoh.

After the suspects had drived the car away, Koh rushed his wife to the hospital but she died shortly upon arrival.

Police say they that the two men are now wanted and the case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.

Star Online, The – Woman killed during carjacking

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Six-Year-Old Abused to Death by Stepfather

12 October 2011

Police have remanded a 37-year-old stepfather of a six-year-old boy in Kampung Padang Sebang, Alor Gajah for a week, on suspicion of physical abuse on the child.

The post-mortem carried out at the Malacca Hospital showed that the boy sustained serious injuries to his lungs, bleeding underneath his skin and scratches possibly caused by a blunt object.

The suspect had brought the victim to the Alor Gajah Hospital on Monday at 4:30pm but died shortly after receiving treatment there. The boy was the youngest of six children belonging to his mother’s first marriage.

The stepfather was arrested on the spot and is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code, which carries the death sentence upon conviction.

Star Online, The – Cop: Autopsy shows boy died from physical abuse

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Armed Men Hijacked Security Van with RM1.9 Million

7 Oct 2011
Kuala Selangor

At 9:45AM yesterday, five armed men ambushed and hijacked a security van that contained RM1.9 million.

The incident occurred at a Petronas petrol station in Ijok where two of the four security guards were delivering cash to the ATM inside. A Proton Perdana car stopped near them and ordered the van driver to get out of the vehicle while the two guards were putting RM200,000 into the ATM.

Police were alerted and later found both vehicles empty and on fire near Kampung Harmoni. The suspects’ car is believed to have been stolen from the Tourism Ministry.

Star Online, The – Security van with RM1.9mil hijacked

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