Brickfields cops looking for suspects in abduction of two Indian nationals who worked at restaurant

Brickfields district police chief, ACP Anuar Omar said the two abducted men were allegedly former workers of a restaurant in Pandamaran, Klang. — Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri
Brickfields district police chief, ACP Anuar Omar said the two abducted men were allegedly former workers of a restaurant in Pandamaran, Klang. — Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri

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KUALA LUMPUR, April 13 — Police are looking for the individuals involved in abducting two male restaurant workers who are Indian nationals, from a restaurant in Brickfields, here, this afternoon.

Brickfields district police chief, ACP Anuar Omar said the two abducted men were allegedly former workers of a restaurant in Pandamaran, Klang.

He said in the incident about 2pm, the restaurant manager in Brickfields was approached by a few men who forcefully took away the two foreign workers from the premises.

“The police investigation shows that the two workers allegedly were formerly working at a restaurant in Klang who ran off after the employer failed to pay their salaries.

“One of the victims was said to have made a police report last Saturday in Klang against the errant employer, following which they sought refuge at a restaurant in Brickfields,” he said in a statement today.

The case is being investigated under Section 363 of the Penal Code for abduction.

Today, a 19-second viral video from a CCTV recording shows a number of individuals forcefully pulling away the two Indian nationals from a restaurant here. — Bernama

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