Gunmen issue RM173,000 ransom demand for kidnapped fishermen


KOTA KINABALU: Gunmen holding the three fishermen abducted near Semporna on Sept 10 have demanded about RM173,000 (2mil Philippine pesos) for their release.

Fishing vessel owner Karim Musappa said he received a call from boat skipper Masurin Jamalan who told him that he had until Sept 19 to come up with the ransom.

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