Police mum over fate of sailors kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police remain tightlipped about the fate of four Malaysian sailors held by Abu Sayyaf gunmen in Jolo island in spite of the disclosure by a relative of the captives that contact has been made.

State Deputy Police Commissioner Datuk Awang Sahari EM Hadzeer declined to comment when asked about the latest development on the kidnapping case.

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