Remand extended three days for two couples in Kieda Crepe burglary case


KEPALA BATAS: Two married couples who were arrested over the theft of jewellery from the residence of social media influencer Siti Nur Khalieda Yusra, also known as Kieda Crepe, have had their remand extended until June 14.

Acting Seberang Prai utara police chief Supt Zulkeflee Sulaiman said the initial remand order on the suspects, aged 20 to 27, ended on Tuesday (June 11).

"Police have extended the remand of the four suspects for another three days to allow further investigation into the case, including tracing the remaining stolen jewellery belonging to the victim.

"Based on the investigation, they were only involved in one house burglary at Siti Nur's residence, which occurred on April 25, and police have recovered jewellery worth RM40,000 from the suspects," he told Bernama when contacted.

He said the case is being investigated under Section 457 of the Penal Code and with the arrest of all the suspects, police believe they can solve the Kieda Crepe house burglary case. – Bernama

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