In the latest update of the brutal murder that shook the nation…
Two siblings who are only aged 19 and 25 were arrested as they have been deemed the main suspects of this case. The two are Indian nationals and they have been remanded for seven days, according to The Star.
They have been brought to court earlier today at 9.30am but no information of proceeding have been released yet.
Shocking murder case in Shah Alam
An elderly couple was gruesomely murdered and then dismembered to be stuffed into two separate suitcases. These suitcases were later dumped into ditches! The sheer horror.
The bodies were identified to be 52-year-old Tan Siew Mee, and her 79-year-old husband.
Tan’s suitcase was found first on Monday. She was said to be stabbed 13 times on her chest and stomach. The deceased was also slashed multiple times on the neck.
The police then went on a search for Tan’s husband, Lim Ah Kee, 79, who was strangely no where to be found. Sadly, they soon discovered why.
Another bodied bag was found near the Alam Megah LRT station at 5pm yesterday (Thursday) and the deceased is believed to be Tan’s husband. Lim’s body was found in a similar fatal condition, sealed within the confines of a purple luggage bag that was thrown into a ditch near the station. He had suffered the same horrific fate as his wife.
According to the police, the suspects were reportedly foreigners that lived under the residence of the elderly couple who were their tenants. The suspect duo confessed that they were unable to afford rent so they resorted to murdering the husband and wife.
They assaulted the two victims before getting rid of the evidence by disposing their weapons accordingly.
According to The Star, Shah Alam district police chief Assistant Commissioner, Baharudin Mat Taib has released a statement to announce that the murder was being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal code.
The police are in the midst of tracking down the weapons and attaining other crucial evidence that would help with the case.
RIP, Tan and Lim.
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