Fishermen abducted by Abu Sayyaf in good condition, says Sabah CPO


  • Nation
  • Friday, 15 Feb 2019

SANDAKAN: The three fishermen kidnapped by members of Abu Sayyaf near Kinabatangan last December are in good condition, says Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.

Comm Omar said a source had informed the Malaysian authorities about the men's wellbeing.

He added that the case was still under investigation and efforts to hunt the suspects are actively being carried out by the authorities.

"As I have mentioned before, the suspects demanded a ransom of RM4mil in their previous call to us.

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