Tanker hijackers trying to escape to Indonesia's Natuna Island


The oil tanker MT Orkim Harmony had been repainted and renamed 'Kim Harmon'.

KUALA LUMPUR: The hijackers of MT Orkim Harmony have reportedly changed course to the east heading for Natuna Island, Indonesia, in an attempt to escape. 

Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) commander of marine region 1, Rear Admiral Datuk Azhari Abdul Rashid said the hijackers want authorities to provide a boat when they reach the island. 

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Orkim Harmony , Natuna Island , Indonesia , RMN

   

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