Japanese oil tanker robbed, three crew believed kidnapped in dramatic dawn raid


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  • Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014

PETALING JAYA: Armed pirates raided a Japanese oil tanker carrying five million litres of diesel and abducted three crew members in the Straits of Malacca early Tuesday morning.

Port Klang Marine Police commander DSP Norzaid Muhammad Said said the ship, Naninwa Maru 1, was sailing 16 nautical miles off Pulau Ketam, on its way to Myanmar, when it was boarded by several armed men.

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