Man Kidnapped, Brutally Murdered Then Buried By The Roadside In Seremban


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 Not only was he kidnapped for two months before being killed and buried, but the body of B Sugumaran, 29, who owns a car wash, was found by a policeman near the Taman Saga, Siliau near Rantau.

The victim’s body was found after a team of the forensic members of the Negeri Sembilan state police contingent and the Seremban district police headquarters had excavated the victim’s 'grave' at about 6pm, after the police arrested a suspect last week in relations to the case. It was then unveiled that the victim was ruthlessly murdered by a group of gangsters who kidnapped him on September 13 because they were unhappy with the victim's girlfriend.

 Sugumaran’s uncle who was identified as Gandaya, 43, said his nephew was kidnapped near his premise in Ampangan by three men driving a Honda City. According to him, after knowing of Sugumaran’s disappearance, the family members lodged a report at Sikamat Police Station the following day. "The family had also tried to contact him repeatedly but to no avail, and our search was met with a dead end.

In his absence, the family celebrated Deepavali on October 18 with much sadness as we worried for his safety," he told Harian Metro. The family only learnt that Sugumaran was kidnapped by the gangsters over a month later and had then lodged a separate police report of the incident. "Following the report, I was informed that the police conducted an investigation to track Sugumaran and the criminals before they arrested a man who assisted them with the case.

 "Unfortunately, we were shocked to find out that Sugumaran was killed and they discovered his remains buried by the roadside in Siliau," he said. According to him, family members headed to the location as informed by the police, and following that, the victim's body was then taken to Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital for a post-mortem. “I can’t believe they were able to kill my nephew with such brutality and then buried his body.

I want those involved to be brought to justice and receive the right punishments," he added. Meanwhile, Seremban district police chief Assistant Commissioner Thiew Hock Poh confirmed the incident and revealed that further investigation is underway. We at Malaysian Digest would like to extend our deepest condolences to family members of the late B Sugumaran. -mD
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