Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Snooker centre employee robbed by four men

The Star, Monday September 21, 2015 

KAJANG: A snooker centre employee lost two days worth of earnings after he was robbed by four men.

District deputy police chief Supt Abdul Ghani Mohamad Ji said the 36-year-old employee was about to enter his Proton Waja parked in front of a food outlet in Kajang Utama when he was ambushed by a man wearing a helmet at about 4am Sunday.

 "The suspect pointed a knife to his neck and instructed the victim to enter the backseat of the Waja."Another suspect took the wheels of the car and drove to a nearby residential area," he explained on Monday.

Supt Abdul Ghani said the men took the victim's mobile phone, tablet and two days worth of earnings amounting to RM3500.

"Two men on separate motorcycles arrived to pick up their accomplices. All four rode off with the stolen loot.

"We believe that they were between the ages of 18 and 25," he noted.

In an unrelated case, a supervisor at a shuttle bus company was travelling on his motorcycle in Kampung Sungai Balak here when he was stopped by a Proton Saga at around 3am last Thursday.

"There were three men in the car. Two alighted from the vehicle.

"One man held  a parang to his neck while another hit him on the head. They instructed him to enter the car," said Supt Abdul Ghani.

According to Supt Abdul Ghani , the suspects drove off with the victim inside the car and abandoned the latter's motorcycle.

"They robbed him of his wallet, camera, mobile phone and RM90 of cash. His Indonesian wife's identity card was also taken.

"They then abandoned him by the roadside on the Silk Highway," he elaborated.

The victim, who suffered injuries to his head, went back to where his motorcycle was abandoned the next day, but the vehicle was no longer there.

Both cases are being investigated under Section 395/397 of the Penal Code for gang robbery.

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