Third KK Super Mart outlet attacked with Molotov cocktail

KUALA LUMPUR: A KK Super Mart outlet in Kuching has been attacked with a Molotov cocktail, the third such attack on the convenience store chain.

Kuching OCPD Asst Comm Ahsmon Bajah said the attack occurred on Sunday (March 31).

"It was reported by a 25-year-old man who works at the KK Super Mart on Jalan Satok here.

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"The complainant said that a glass bottle filled with kerosene was thrown at some boxes placed at the five-foot-way of the shop," he said in a statement on Monday (April 1).

He said police are tracking down the suspect involved.

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"The case is being investigated as mischief by fire.

"Those with information on the incident are asked to contact investigating officer Sgt Ceremona Nasim on 013-855 4168 or go to the nearest police station," he said.

ACP Ahsmon also called for restraint from all parties to allow the legal process to take its course.

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This is the third attack on KK Super Mart outlets nationwide.

The first incident was at an outlet at Bidor, Tapah on March 26 and the second in Sungai Isap, Kuantan on March 29.

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