Female clerk losses over RM100,000 in love scam to 'doctor'

15/4/2022 3:43:00 PM

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Police arrested an unemployed local man, 39, last Wednesday in the Klang Valley to assist in the investigation theSun thesundaily scam CCID

KUALA LUMPUR: A female clerk of a private company lost RM152,200 after befriending a ‘doctor’ on social media who promised to marry her. Kuala Lumpur ...

Pix for representational purpose only.04- 15- 2022 03:34 PM SEOUL : North Korea celebrated the birthday of its founding leader on Friday, state media reported, but mystery surrounded when a military parade -- at which the regime may unveil new weapons -- might happen.BTS’ military enlistment is under the discussion for one final round.× Copy URL A PRIVATE company clerk lost RM152,200 after befriending a “doctor” on social media who promised to marry her.

KUALA LUMPUR : A female clerk of a private company lost RM152,200 after befriending a ‘doctor’ on social media who promised to marry her.Kuala Lumpur Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) chief Asst Comm Mohd Mahidisham Ishak said the 34-year-old suspect sought financial assistance from the victim to pay off his debts and wedding expenses.There has been a steady drumbeat of celebratory coverage in state media leading up to the day itself, including commemorative stamps, light festivals, dance parties and floral tributes.He added that the woman met the suspect several times in a hotel room in the city centre, and handed over RM30,000 worth of jewellery and RM122,500 in cash to help the man pay for a house deposit.“The ruling Democratic Party of Korea is more enthused about the military exemptions granted to BTS.“The victim then found out that the suspect had done the same thing to several women at the same hotel.That test was the culmination of a record-breaking blitz of sanctions-busting launches so far this year and signaled an end to a self-imposed moratorium on long-range and nuclear tests.The victim then lodged a police report on April 9, “ he said in a statement today.

Following that, police arrested an unemployed local man, 39, last Wednesday in the Klang Valley to assist in the investigation.But there was no mention Friday in state media of any such event.BTS is qualified for alternative service, according to Ahn Cheol-soo, the chairman of the presidential transition committee drafting the framework of the future administration, because the boy band has contributed significantly to the country's benefit.“Police also seized three mobile phones, nine gold bars, eight gold dinars worth RM30,000 and RM18,000 cash,” he said, adding the suspect has been remanded until tomorrow under Section 420 of the Penal Code.- Bernama.- 'Love is forever' - But another expert said it now seemed likely Pyongyang's main military parade could now be held on April 25 -- the anniversary of the founding of the North Korean army.

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