Indonesian migrant worker killed in Selangor
Malaysian police have ruled out the possibility of robbery-murder as the victim still had cash and the key to his motorcycle, which was found nearby
An Indonesian migrant worker was killed and dumped in a desolate area in Selangor, Malaysia, and his body was found on Sunday afternoon. Police are investigating and have ruled out robbery.
At 2:20pm on July 8, the body of the migrant worker, which had blunt injuries to the neck, lower back and left elbow, was found in the Bandar Kinrara area in Puchong, China Press reported.
Police have ruled out a robbery-murder as the man still had cash and the key to his motorcycle, which was found only 60 meters away. According to his work permit, he was employed at a metal products manufacturer in Selangor.
Police are following up the case, pending an autopsy report from Serdang Hospital.