Shah Alam: More foreigners NSW Police over the incident hunted to death in several districts around the state the past two months.
This time, the two men Myanmar and Bangladesh man who disappeared after suspected involvement in a murder case involving two men and a woman Indonesia Myanmar in April and May.
Selangor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Mohd Adnan Abdullah said the first suspect hunted known as Tin Maung Than, 36, believed to be the murder scene the 24-year-old compatriot in a room in Subang Jaya on April 26.
Mohd Adnan said the victim, 24-year-old who works as an air conditioner repairman found covered in blood in his rented room with stab wounds on the right chest. "The suspect, who is also his roommate, then fled shortly incident and police efforts to detect progress to date," he said at a news conference at police headquarters (NHQ) Punjab, here today.
He said, in a separate incident, the man known as Myo Tun, 33, was wanted by the authorities for being involved with her fellow murder scene after the fight between them in Sungai Buloh, May 7.
In at about 1:50 pm, the victim was 37 years old and working in a steel plant died after a fight with the suspect.
"The police investigation suspect information residing in Kampung Seri Indah, Sungai Buloh, but the suspect disappeared shortly incident," he said.
He said the incident the same day, an Indonesian woman who worked as a greengrocer found dead with stab wounds in his right side and his back in front of his rented house in Jalan Besar Seri Kembangan.
According to him, based on the investigation, the police was chasing a Bangladeshi man known as Parman, 30's are believed to have a relationship with the victim.
"Police are still investigating suspects hunted relationship with the victim and did not rule out the possibility they are husband and wife or lovers. "The police still do not have further details because the victim seriously and died at the scene," he said.
He said people who have information about the suspects are asked to contact the nearest police station for investigation.
The case was being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code (PD) for murder and found guilty could be sentenced to death.
credif: My Metro