Body Chopped into Six: Malaysia police investigation found Nepalese Security Guard murdered due to personal vendetta

Body Chopped into Six: Malaysia police investigation found Nepalese Security Guard murdered due to personal vendetta

SELANGOR, MALAYSIA — Two months ago, Malaysia police found a headless human torso and a suitcase stuffed with other body parts along the Km447 of the North-South Expressway in Rawang.

A human’s head, hands and legs, was stuffed in the black-coloured suitcase which found nearby.

According to Selangor Police Chief Datuk Hussien Omar Khan, police have detained 15 foreigners in connection with the victim’s murder.

All suspects consist of Nepalese citizens (12 men and one woman), Indonesians (one man and one woman), and a 24 to 54-year-old male Filipino citizen.

Datuk Hussien stated that based on investigations, six of those aged between 24 and 30 are believed to be involved in the  actual murder, however, one of them is still at large.

“We have submitted investigation papers to the Deputy Public Prosecutor and have been instructed to charge three men, including the one still at large, in the near future,” he said at a press conference at the Selangor Police Headquarters yesterday (2 March).

He said police investigations into all detained suspects revealed that the motive for the 48-year-old victim’s murder was personal vendetta, as all involved were co-workers as security guards in a condominium in Sungai Buloh.

The victim was murdered and dismembered in a storeroom at the condominium where he worked by his fellow Nepalese co-workers.

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