Visitors throng Konstabel Muhamad Syafiq's residence to pay last respects

KUANTAN: Many, including acquaintances and members of the police, came to the house of Konstabel Muhamad Syafiq Ahmad Said, 24, in Taman Seri Mahkota Jaya, Gambang, to pay their respects to the deceased's family.

People gathered at Muhamad Syafiq's residence since early Saturday morning (May 18).

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The remains of the deceased were brought from the Tunku Laksamana Abdul Jalil Mosque of the Johor police contingent headquarters to the home before being buried at Batu 8 Gambang Islamic Cemetery in the afternoon.

The parents of the deceased, Ahmad Said Md Piah, 65, and Aini Mohd Shariff, 57, appeared calm in receiving guests and were occasionally seen wiping away tears.

Meanwhile, Pahang Menteri Besar Special Officer (Islamic Affairs) Yunan Abdul Samad, who represented Datuk Seri Wan Rosdy Wan Ismail, donated RM8,000 to Ahmad Said.

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Yunan, when met, said Wan Rosdy expressed his condolences to the family of the deceased and hoped they would persevere in the face of the tribulations over the loss of a loved one.

In the incident at 2.45am on Friday (May 17), Muhamad Syafiq and colleague Konstabel Ahmad Azza Fahmi Azhar, 22, died in an attack at Ulu Tiram police station, Johor, after being attacked by an assailant, Corporal Mohd Hasif Roslan who was shot, was reported to be stable after being treated at Sultan Ismail Hospital (HSI).

Police confirmed that a 21-year-old male suspect who was shot dead in the incident was believed to be a member of Jemaah Islamiyah. – Bernama

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