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by farik zolkepli
Caught on camera: A CCTV footage showing the face of the robbery suspect in Subang Jaya.
SHAH ALAM: The security guard who shot dead a bank officer escaped with about RM450,000 cash in the vault, said Selangor police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Shukri Dahlan on Friday.
However, police managed to recover about RM20,000 after arresting three of the suspect’s family members, including a woman, following a raid at a shop in Subang Jaya on Wednesday.
“Two of those arrested worked as security guards and they were also using fake MyKad.
“All of those arrested were foreigners, believed to be Indonesians,” he said adding that, all three did not have proper documents.
He told a press conference that the main suspect, along with the two other security guards arrested have been working in Malaysia for about two years.
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