Help pours in for Rosli’s widow


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  • Thursday, 01 Jul 2004

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians, touched and angered by the death of a van driver here who died during a valiant attempt to apprehend a snatch thief on Tuesday, called on the people and the Government to remember his deed and not let his death be in vain. 

Besides offering financial help, they have asked the people and police to put in more effort to curb the snatch theft scourge, which has claimed three lives over the last two months. 

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