KLIA shooting: I’m still traumatised by incident, says estranged wife

PETALING JAYA: The estranged wife of the man wanted for the shooting incident at KL International Airport (KLIA) says she is still traumatised over the incident.

“What I saw at KLIA 1, trauamatised me.

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"I apologise due to the unanswered messages. Am still traumatised (due) to what happened in front of my own eyes.

"My personal bodyguard has yet to regain consciousness. Let us all pray for Along's recovery and health," said Farah Md Isa, better known as Farah Cie, on her Facebook page on Monday (April 15).

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The incident during the wee hours of Sunday (April 14) morning at the airport’s arrival hall saw Farah’s personal bodyguard stepping in to save her life and taking a hit.

The woman, a travel agency owner, had been waiting for the return of her clients from an umrah trip at around 1.20am yesterday when suddenly, there was a huge bang as a firecracker was thrown in her direction, injuring two passers-by.

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Two shots were then fired at Farah at close range, with one bullet missing its mark and the other wounding the bodyguard in his abdomen. The shooter then fled to his car at Block C of the airport’s carpark.

Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department (CID) director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Shuhaily Mohd Zain later said police were looking for 38-year-old Hafizul Harawi, who has had several run-ins with the law.

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The suspect, according to the police, is a partner in the travel agency.

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