Just yesterday, we reported on the shocking news of a woman who was brutally beaten for over a minute and robbed in a Taman Mutiara MRT station lift.
The incident in Cheras happened around 6:45 am last Thursday (14 Feb. 2019).
The 48-year-old victim suffered numerous injuries from the beating while losing RM400 from the robbery.
Chief of KL police Criminal Investigation Department SAC Rusdi Mohd Isa has said that the search for the perpetrator, an Indian male, is underway while three people have had their statements recorded.
Just moments ago, Kep0ng MP Lim Lip Eng announced on his Facebook page that he will offer a bounty of RM10,000 for any information that will lead to the arrest of the assailant.
Members of the public can visit his office or send an email to [email protected].
愤怒无名氏通过民主行动党甲洞区国会议员林立迎林立迎，悬赏1万令吉缉拿捷运站电梯匪徒。My office offers a bounty of RM10,000 on behalf of an outraged anonymous for…
Once again, here is the CCTV footage to help you identify the attacker. Viewer discretion is advised.
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Members of the public are urged to cooperate and aid in the investigation of this crime.
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