Breakthrough in restaurant robbery cases


KUALA LUMPUR: A group of armed robbers has been terrorising customers of seafood and mamak restaurants here, hitting five eateries in Cheras, Jinjang and Brickfields since January.

The group of at least 10 parang-wielding men would use stolen cars, conceal their faces with crash helmets, and target the restaurants to rob customers of their money and valuables.

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