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KUALA LUMPUR: Three security guards were slashed with machetes and “chopped up like meat” at a condominium in Cheras here.
Four foreign guards were on duty at the condominium when two men wearing motorcycle helmets attacked the guard- house of Vistaria Residency condominium at 7.30am yesterday. One of them escaped unhurt.
Resident association chairman Bruce Tan, 31, said this was the second attack on the guards in the past month.
“The previous attack was not so serious. They only punched a guard and broke the window.
“The attack this time was so horrifying. I watched the CCTV recording and saw the guards being chopped like they were meat,” he said.
A resident coming back after buying breakfast was among the first to witness the gruesome sight of the three guards lying in a pool of blood in the lift lobby.
“When I went out at about 6.50am, everything was fine.
“But when I came back, I noticed the windows of the guardhouse was smashed. I wanted to park my car but a guard told me to run away because there were thieves in the compound,” said the resident, who declined to be named.
City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ku Chin Wah said the victims were in stable condition.
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