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A MOTHER of three had to undergo surgery to rejoin her nearly severed fingers after being attacked by a snatch thief, I>Nanyang Siang Pau /I>reported.
From FRANCIS NG, Kuala Lumpur
From TEE ANN JIE, Taiping
By declaring war on snatch thieves, the police are finally giving such crimes the attention they deserve. V.K. CHIN writes.
From FEARFUL RESIDENT of Kuala Lumpur.
From CONCERNED of Kuala Lumpur.
Police are looking for a suspect, aged between 20 and 30 years, in connection with the snatch theft case involving clerk Chin Wai Fun, who died one day after she fell and hit her head on the road in Brickfields last Saturday.
From AZMAN THAIYUB KHAN, Kuala Lumpur. I>(via e-mail)/I>
Criminal Investigations Department director Commissioner Datuk Musa Hassan has declared war against snatch thieves, terming them as Public Enemy Number One.
Clerk Chin Wai Fun died when she fell and hit her head on the road during a snatch theft incident - her fourth experience since she first became a victim more than 10 years ago.