Teen gets police help to keep family safe


By LAM LI
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  • Monday, 27 Jan 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: A 16-year-old girl has sought help of the police to keep her family safe after loan sharks threatened to burn her house if her gambler father's debts are not settled soon. 

Yap See Huan, who has been working as a part-time sales promoter since last year to help her mother and 17-year-old sister settle her father's debts of about RM30,000, met Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm II Abu Bakar Mustaffa on Saturday. 

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