Couple held over murder, love triangle suspected


Gruesome find: Policemen and forensic officers locating Chuen Take’s (inset) body in a forest area near the Second Link Expressway in Johor.

JOHOR BARU: A dispute believed to have stemmed from love and revenge between a 31-year-old oil and gas engineer and another couple resulted in his murder.

It is understood that Tan Chuen Take, who worked in Singapore and resided in Taman Dato Chellam in Ulu Tiram here, had tried to court someone else’s girlfriend, leading to his tragic death.

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