Suspect dies of heart attack after car chase


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  • Friday, 03 Nov 2006

SEREMBAN: A man trying to break into a building here suffered a heart attack and died when he was detained by police following a car chase.  

The 53-year-old man who had three previous criminal records, was believed to have been trying to enter a shoplot along Jalan Dr Krishnan early yesterday morning. It is learnt he ran a tour agency. 

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