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Chinese investment broker kidnapped and robbed by fake police in Malaysia

An investment broker from China endured a terrifying 8-hour ordeal after being kidnapped by fake police officers in Pahang, Malaysia. They robbed him of cash, his iPhone, and emptied his bank account before abandoning him at a cemetery.



Foreign investment broker kidnapped and robbed by fake police in Malaysia

MALAYSIA: A foreign investment broker had a harrowing experience after being abducted by individuals posing as police officers in Kuantan, Pahang.

The ordeal lasted for eight terrifying hours during which he was robbed of his possessions and money from his bank account.

The incident was captured on camera and shared on the “关丹台 Kuantan Complaint King” Facebook page on Thursday (4 May).

According to the post, three fake police officers kidnapped the victim on a street in Kuantan, subjecting him to a frightening ordeal before abandoning him at a cemetery.

The abduction occurred in front of a restaurant on Jalan Wong Ah Jang, Kuantan, at around 5:30 pm on 2 May, as confirmed by the local authorities.

The victim, a 24-year-old investment broker from China, was accompanied by his girlfriend on the restaurant’s sidewalk while waiting to meet a client.

The couple, who had only communicated with the client via WhatsApp and had never met him before, were approached by three masked men claiming to be police officers after a 10-minute wait.

“After waiting for 10 minutes, three men wearing masks approached them and presented an ID claiming to be police officers. The victim was then handcuffed and taken to a silver Perodua Bezza,” stated Kuantan District Assistant Commissioner of Police, Wan Mohd Zahari Wan Busu.

Video footage shows the victim struggling against the assailants and calling for help, while his girlfriend attempts to intervene.

Despite her efforts, the fake police officers managed to overpower her and escape in their vehicle with the victim.

The victim was later discovered abandoned in a cemetery on Jalan Bukit Ubi, Kuantan, at 1:30 am on 3 May.

According to a report by Sin Chew Daily, the perpetrators took the victim to a residence where he was gagged and robbed of RM3,000 (US$632) in cash and his iPhone 14 Pro Max.

They also emptied his bank account, which contained RM18,000 (US$3,800).

Police have confirmed that the suspects are Malay men who impersonated police officers, but their identities are still under investigation.

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Like shooting a movie in Bolehland.

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