Beware as Crime Syndicate Believed To Be Targeting Subang SS15 & SS18 Area
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Crimes in Malaysia are growing pretty rampant and everyone is constantly reminded to be careful.
Facebook user Ching Lin unfortunately had to experience it and wrote about it on a Facebook post, urging everyone to be alert.
PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE NEWS
People who stay near SS15 until SS18 or the Subang Area. Please be careful.
Today morning 7.15am, 3 Indian Guy (A Driver and 2 Guy) driving a MYVI Dark Grayish Blue, came down with a parang on their hands, trying to snatch my stuff. I was alone just outside my house with my dad’s car putting stuff, and they just did an emergency stop and park right beside my dad car and then started to snatch the stuff.
They strangled my neck to stop me from getting away and they took my phone. I screamed so hard and they started to push me down the road and said “If you scream..” then they hold up their Parang.
They also planned to take away my dad’s car key but failed because that time my parents rushed outside and successfully snatched back the car key. The 3 Indian Guy then ran away.
After that I went to the SS17 Police station to make a report. There were another 2 females that came in to make a report.
Apparently they also experienced the same case, only they were in SS18. That meant that those snatch thieves will patrol around the area to search for victims.
Even though SS18 is full of people as they wanted to go for their Aerobic Dancing, they will still snatch your stuff. They will come from your back when you are unaware of the situation and they will take whatever they find – car keys, house keys, handbag, phones, wallet, cards.
Please be aware of the surrounding and take extra care of your belonging. Especially the ladies outside, please be careful when you trying to walk alone. Please do spread the news and alert all your friends to ask them to be careful, especially when they are staying around the area. If you heard of the same case happening in your neighbourhood please report to the police and help the investigation.”