Thai cops share info on missing cosmetics agent with M'sian counterparts

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  • Wednesday, 21 Sep 2022

BANGKOK: Thai police say they have all the information on a Malaysian women who was believed kidnapped from her home in Tumpat, Kelantan on Sept 13 and have shared it with their Malaysian counterparts.

However, chief of Narathiwat police, Pol Maj Gen Waesamae Salae, refused to divulge the information shared with the Malaysian police.

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"We are coordinating with Malaysian police...They have all the information,” he told Bernama.

On Sept 13, the cosmetics agent was abducted from her home in Kampung Semat Jal, Tumpat, at about 5.10 pm.

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Four suspects in a car were believed to have abducted the woman before sending her to the neighbouring country via an illegal jetty in Tumpat.

Following the incident, police detained three individuals, including the woman’s husband, to assist in investigations into the case.

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Acting Kelantan police chief Zaki Harun said that, based on investigations, the husband of the victim was suspected of having a disagreement with a member of a drug trafficking syndicate that he belonged to. - Bernama

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