be extra…extra careful ….
CASE 1: SHAH ALAM
After shopping in ‘Macro’ Shah Alam, a couple was pushing their
trolley to their Pajero. The husband went ahead first to get their
Pajero. He was reversed the vehicle to where his wife was standing and
came out to help the wife load their purchases at the back. While
doing so, a guy quickly rushed into the vehicle and drove it off. We
saw the wife shouting and running after their vehicle whilst the
husband just froze from shock. Shortly after regaining his senses he
too joined his wife in chasing after his vehicle but finally had to
give up cos the Pajero has sped off… They reported the incident to the
Macro’s security… but there was nothing much they could do…
CASE 2: TAMAN TUN DR ISMAIL
For your safety have a look at this danger point when stopping at
petrol stations. A couple in a Honda Civic stopped by a shop in TTDI.
The husband went down to buy a packet of cigarettes at the counter.
Whilst in full view of the husband, 5 male Indonesians jumped into the
car and drove it away with his wife in it…. She was seen screaming and
the husband was shouting but it was too late… they have driven off
with his car and wife.
Similar reports are heard everyday…we certainly have to be more cautious.
CASE 3: KLCC/TABUNG HAJI
Another area reported by taxi drivers is the KLCC Suria complex. Make
this known to all your friends… especially ladies BEWARE!
A good friend of mine lost her handbag, a few thousand ringgit and all
her important documents in it while she was filling petrol at a
service station near Tabung Haji recently. The handbag was at the back
seat and her car was locked. She went to pay for petrol before filling
it (self-service) not realizing and knowing that someone was trying!
to open the back door while she was away at the counter. When she
came back to her car no one was there and did not notice that the back
door was already unlocked. Just when she was about to fill the tank, a
guy appeared, coolly opened her rear car door and took her handbag and
ran off on a waiting motorcycle nearby. My friend was hysterical but
everything happened so fast and the two thieves escaped. A police
report was made… and can you imagine, my friend’s case was the 78th
case in that area reported to the police for that week alone and most
of the victims were ladies.
Well, even when you lock your car doors, something like this still can
happen… what more if you had left it unlocked….So, take care.
CASE 4: TAIPAN TRIANGLE USJ (MCDONALD’S)
This incident happened right in front of USJ Taipan McDonalds on a
Saturday nite (17 April). Two armed guys got into the car trying to
abduct a lady and her car .. she managed to put up a fight with them
and the guys then try to push her out of the car… She was dragged on
the road with one of her leg out of the car for more than 200 meters…
finally they took her in the car !!
They threatened to KILL her.. but somehow or rather she managed to escape !
CASE 5: USJ
A man was kidnapped and taken away with his car on Thursday nite!! The
incident started when a car rammed into his car from the back. He was
flagged to stop to talk about the accident, when he stopped his
car….four guys went straight into his car with parangs. They
blindfolded and took him with them. He was taken to an isolated place
…where managed to escape with some struggle .He was badly injured by
parangs when he put up a struggle. Pray for God’s protection on all of
So please be very careful when you drive alone… Keep your doors lock
whether you are in a public area or in isolate place as it can
happen… to YOU !!!!!! . There bad guys are waiting for victims for
their next strike…………………………every single seconds.
The sad truth was that … while there were many people in USJ Taipan
who saw the first robbery…..nobody really bothered to help…!! So
please help yourself first, lock your car doors at all times!! And be
Don’t wait for incident to happen it is too late to regret………………..
Its a desperate time right now for robbers……… based on the news you
hear or read daily.
So please be careful as the saying goes……………prevention is better then