REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, KUALA LUMPUR - Three Indonesians allegedly involved in robbery were shot to death in Malaysia after the police chased them for 32 kilometers in Jalan Selayang-Rawang, Selangor, Malaysia, on Tuesday morning. They were trying to break a house by cutting the fences when the policeman spotted suspicious car Proton Wira, at 04.30.
Shocked by the police's presence, they tried to escape using their car. During the chasing, the suspects opened a fire. This forced the police to return fire and kill all three.
Hearing the news, Indonesian Embassy to Malaysia, coordinates with Malaysia's police to examine the bodies at Hospital Kuala Lumpur. The three suspects, S and M from East Java and H (his hometown still unknown –ed), were autopsied, the Head of Information, Social, and Culture of Indonesian Embassy to Malaysia, Suryana Sastradireja, said on Wednesday.
The Embassy also tries to contact their families to provincial government and immigration issuing their passports. "Knowing their address is important because the Embassy will repatriate the bodies," he said.
The local police now still investigate the case. They have seized two Revolvers at the scene. The car that they used is apparently stolen car from Puchong.
|Reporter : Lingga Permesti/Satya Festiani|
|Redaktur : Yeyen Rostiyani|
|Sumber : Antara|