Police identified Mongolian woman assailants

SHAH ALAM: Police have identified suspects involved in the shooting of a Mongolian woman at Bandar Utama in Petaling Jaya yesterday. Selangor police chief Datuk Abdul Samah Mat said the police also have new leads which will help them solve the case. "We already have leads on those believed to be involved. We believe that with the leads we have, we will be able to solve this case," he said when met at the handing over of duty from outgoing Shah Alam police chief SAC Azisman Alias to ACP Shafien Mamat, here, today. Abdul Samah said based on investigation, police was confident that the Mongolian woman was not the intended target. "The target is the driver. We believe this attack has to do with old grudge and revenge related on past drug related activities between the suspect and the driver," he said, adding that the police are not ruling out the involvement of triads. Abdul Samah clarified that the victim was hit five times from the bullets fired by the assailants and not four as reported earlier. "The victim will undergo operation today. "Fortunately, the shots did not pierce vital organs and her condition is stable," he said. In the 5.45pm incident, the 26-year-old victim's sports utility car stopped near a traffic light at Dataran Bandar Utama because the driver wanted to answer a phone call when two men on a motorcycle approached the SUV and the pillion rider fired eight rounds at the victim.



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