MORE Pics – 2 GOLDSMITHS Shops ROBBED within 18 Hrs; BELAKONG Monday 2 KILLED – GUARD & EMPLOYEE ; CHERAS Tue: NO ONE Injured
ROBBERY No 1
On Monday at Belakong, A security guard Mohd Shukri 19 was shot dead on the scene and another worker Phang Kim Fui 36 died on the way to KL Hospital from
STAR’s Report; Guard shot dead, two hurt in gold heist;
KAJANG: A security guard was shot dead and two others were seriously injured when four robbers, three of them armed with pistols, robbed a goldsmith's shop in Balakong.
In the incident, the guard identified only as Shukri, 22, died on the spot after being shot in the forehead and left cheek by the robbers.
The other two – a shop assistant and another guard – were admitted to the
The four suspects scooped eight trays of gold during the robbery, which lasted only seven minutes, and made their escape in a grey Proton Wira.
It is learnt that the suspects fired four to five shots.
The four had entered the shop on the pretext of buying gold, and one of them fired at Shukri just as he was about to shoot the robbers.
Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm (II) Datuk Hadi Ho Abdullah, who was at the scene, said one of the suspects had covered his face with a handkerchief to avoid being identified.
There were three employees, including a woman, in the shop during the incident.
Employee Emily Choo said that one of the suspects scooped the gold and put it into a bag after opening fire.
“The situation became chaotic after the shots were fired.”
Below: Police personnel looking for clues and evidence at the scence
Tuesday: After 18 hours another jeweley shop Emas Seong Foo was robbed at . One worker was in the shop at that time. Police is looking at the CCTV at both of the shops for info.
NST REPORT; Aother jewellery store hit;
05 Jul 2006
KAJANG: A jewellery store in Pekan Batu 11 was robbed yesterday, less than 24 hours after a heist at another goldsmith some two kilometres away.
Four men wearing red and black ski-masks, and armed with parangs, struck the Seong Foo jewellery shop.
One of the robbers smashed the display cabinet with a hammer before taking at least three trays of jewellery. They escaped in a Proton Perdana.
The car was found an hour later, abandoned in Taman Kota, Batu 9, Cheras.
A parang was found in the car. Checks also revealed that the vehicle was fitted with false licence plates.
A Kajang police spokesman said police are reviewing the closed-circuit television camera recordings of the incident.
He said only the owner’s wife was in the shop at the time of the robbery.