Man found dead in car in Mantin


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  • Friday, 01 Sep 2017

SEREMBAN: A 39-year-old man was found dead in his car in Mantin near Nilai on Thursday.

His body was found in a car at 6.45pm by a security guard on patrol at a telecommunications tower at Jalan Bukit Mantin, said Nilai Police acting chief DSP Mohd Faisal Mohd Nor.

“The security guard knocked on the car door several times but there was no response from the man. He then contacted the police,” DSP Mohd Faisal told Bernama Friday.

He said the man was pronounced dead by medical personnel from the Mantin health clinic.

He said police also found a 2.02m white washing machine hose connected from the car exhaust to the back passenger seat via the car boot.

DSP Mohd Faisal said a post-mortem conducted at the Tuanku Jaafar Hospital here revealed no signs of injury or strangulation.

“In fact, the man's sling bag and wallet were with him,” he said, adding that the case has been classified as sudden death. - Bernama

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