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Monday, February 6, 2012

Car rams into stall, two injured

Sulaiman Kamal | 4:41 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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PUCHONG: A high speed car chase turned ugly yesterday evening when a Proton Perdana, being trailed by two police patrol cars, rammed into a food stall at Taman Kinrara, injuring two people.
It is believed the injured were the stall owner and a patron. Both men have been sent to the clinic for treatment and reported to be in a stable condition.
One of the two suspects in the car was arrested after a short chase while his accomplice, believed to be armed with a knife, was still at large.
At 10.30pm, The Malay Mail learnt police had deployed the help of the K9 Unit to search for the suspect.

The incident unfolded at 6.30pm, when the two police patrol cars spotted the two men acting suspiciously in the Perdana near Section 5 and signalled them to stop but the car sped away.
About 10 minutes into the ensuing car chase, the suspects lost control of the car and crashed into a drain. The car then skidded and rammed into a nearby food stall. One of the pursuing police patrol cars also crashed into the drain.
Witnesses said they spotted two men climbing out of the vehicle and ran off towards a housing area.
The policemen managed to nabbed one of them after a short chase.
A resident, Norizhan Baharom, 39, a fruit stall operator told The Malay Mail how she came face-to-face with the other suspect at her home about 9pm last night.
"I heard some noises at the back of my house and decided to take a look, especially after the neighbours told me that police were looking for some robbers in the area," she said.
"All of a sudden, I saw the suspect hiding behind the washing machine holding a knife and telling me not to scream.
"I panicked and started screaming for help."
The suspect, she said immediately ran out of the compound of her house into the back alley.
She then immediately alerted the police who came upon hearing her scream.
Serdang police chief Supt Abdul Razak Elias could not be reached for comments.


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