AL­LEGED RAPE AT PUCHONG GAMBLING DEN

The men are be­lieved to be in cus­tody, but district po­lice say no re­port has been made

New Straits Times - - News - HARIZ MOHD AND TEOH PEI YING KUALA LUMPUR news@nst.com.my

TWO men walked ca­su­ally into a gambling den that was op­er­at­ing in broad day­light. They took their time at the out­let, dis­play­ing no sense of ur­gency, and then took what they came for.

Be­fore they left, the men took turns to rape the fe­male cashier on duty.

Cam­eras in­stalled in the premises in Kin­rara, Puchong, caught them in the act.

Their faces were clear in the high-def­i­ni­tion record­ing.

One of them had his crash hel­met on, while the other didn’t bother to hide his face.

The New Straits Times called the district po­lice head­quar­ters in ques­tion af­ter re­ceiv­ing a copy of the clip last night.

An of­fi­cer in the de­part­ment con­cerned, how­ever, told this news­pa­per that no re­port on such a case had been lodged.

There was also noth­ing on the al­leged rape that had taken place on Thurs­day, ac­cord­ing to the district po­lice chief.

The NST then sent him an im­age of the two men be­lieved to have been taken as they were about to be brought into cus­tody.

The im­age was sent to the NST to­gether with the clip.

It showed the duo in hand­cuffs, about to en­ter a car.

They were with two men, be­lieved to be po­lice­men.

The sec­ond What­sApp mes­sage sent to the of­fi­cer, how­ever, went unan­swered.

The 244-sec­ond clip showed one of the men go­ing around the gambling den, while the other raped the cashier.

They then switched roles.

Just be­fore press time, the NST got through to the Se­lan­gor Crim­i­nal In­ves­ti­ga­tion chief Se­nior As­sis­tant Com­mis­sioner Fadzil Ah­mat, who is abroad, to shed light on the case as noth­ing on it had been re­leased to the me­dia.

Fadzil said he would check on the case with his of­fi­cers in the state.

A CCTV record­ing from the gambling den show­ing a man rap­ing the cashier on duty while an­other man is nearby (right).

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