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IPOH: A 40-year-old human resources manager, who was allegedly abducted by four men in Chemor, Perak, was found 18 hours later, nearly 200km away in Gohtong Jaya, Genting Highlands.
She was reportedly abducted while on her way home from work. Four suspects in a brown Proton Waja had apparently rammed into her Toyota Innova at about 9.30pm on Thursday. When she got out of her vehicle to investigate the “accident”, the suspects allegedly dragged her into their car and sped off, according to the victim’s family in an online post that has gone viral on Facebook.
The family did not receive any calls from the abductors regarding ransom money. Yesterday, the authorities reported that members of the public had found the mother-of-three in Gohtong Jaya at 3.30pm.
“She was found injured but alive. Her husband has been notified and the victim brought to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a medical test to be carried out,” said Ipoh OCPD ACP Sum Chang Keong. He, however, declined to reveal the extent of her injuries or the nature of how she was found.
Perak police chief Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Acryl Sani later told reporters that two suspects had been arrested at the Ulu Chemor Muslim cemetery, in connection with the abduction. When met at the hospital, the victim’s husband expressed relief that his wife had been found and asked for privacy.
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