Indonesian Woman Detained for Taking Part in Robbing a Restaurant in Malaysia
3 October 2022 12:50 WIB
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Malaysian police detained a local man and an Indonesian woman believed to have taken part in robbing an Indonesian restaurant worker. The robbers reportedly took RM65,000 cash and jewelry worth RM11,000 at a shophouse in Taman Saujana, Puchong, September 29.
According to Bernama, Subang Jaya police chief ACP Wan Azlan Wan Mamat said during the incident, which happened at 16:00 local time, three robbers broken into the store and assaulted a 43-year-old Indonesian.
Wan Azlan said the robbers then took off with RM65,000 cash and jewelry worth RM11,000 that was kept in a cupboard. The victim, he added, filed a police report at 19:39, after which the two suspects were detained in Subang Jaya on Friday, September 30.
"During investigation and interrogation, both suspects admitted to being involved in the robbery," he said in a statement on October 1.
Wan Azlan said police recovered RM17,000 and various jewellery, believed to have been robbed by the two suspects. The police, he said, were still searching for two more suspects involved in the robbery.
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