Police looking for man over viralled domestic violence incident


JOHOR BARU (Bernama): The police are tracking down a man to assist investigations into a domestic violence case that had gone viral, in which a woman was badly injured.

Johor Baru Selatan district police chief ACP Mohd Padzli Mohd Zain said the individual, known as Rosmaini Abd Raof, 38, worked as a trader and resided at A 102 Perumahan Polis, Taman Derga Jaya, Alor Setar, Kedah.

"The Johor Baru Selatan district criminal investigation department are looking for a witness to facilitate investigations under Section 325 of the Penal Code,” he said in a statement here Tuesday (May 18) night.

Mohd Padzli said anyone with information on the man could contact the Johor Baru Selatan district police headquarters hotline at 07-2182323 or investigating officer Insp Salaihudin Azual Razali at 013-7290763.

Yesterday, a Malay newspaper reported that a 43-year-old civil servant working at a government department in Johor was rushed to the Sultanah Aminah Hospital here after she was allegedly hurt by her husband on May 4.

According to newspaper reports, the four-week pregnant woman had serious injuries to her head apart from suffering a broken back, ribs, and jaw. - Bernama

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