Grab driver robbed by three masked men in Johor
JOHOR BARU, Aug 16 — A Grab driver was robbed of his personal belongings, including cash and two handphones, by three masked men, one armed with a machete, in Persiaran Saujana, Jalan Masai Lama, near Johor Jaya, here yesterday. Seri Alam district deputy police chief DSP Shahrulanuar Mushaddat...16 August 2019 The police said the Grab driver was unharmed in the incident. — Reuters pic JOHOR BARU, Aug 16 — A Grab driver was robbed of his personal belongings, including cash and two handphones, by three masked men, one armed with a machete, in Persiaran Saujana, Jalan Masai Lama, near Johor Jaya, here yesterday. Seri Alam district deputy police chief DSP Shahrulanuar Mushaddat Abdullah Sani said the 25-year-old driver was resting in his car at about 5.20am at a parking area when another car with three men inside suddenly pulled up alongside him. The three men, all wearing a mask and one armed with a machete, then confronted the driver. Fearing for his safety, the driver handed over his wallet as demanded by the three men, who then fled in their car, he said in a statement here today. Shahrulanuar Mushaddat said the wallet contained, among others, the victim’s personal documents, bank cards and RM540. The victim was not harmed. A video recording of the robbery has gone viral on social media and police are looking for the suspects based on the footage of a CCTV recording near the scene. Those with information are urged to contact the nearest police station or the Johor police contingent hotline at 07-2212999 or Seri Alam police at 07-3864222. — Bernama Related Articles Read more: Malay Mail
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