TAPAH, Nov 25, 2015:

The Magistrate’s Court here has extended the remand order for the four suspects over the murder of four individuals at a workshop in Jalan Pahang, here.

The order was given by Magistrate Nurul Nadia Abdul Razak for seven days beginning tomorrow, ending on Nov 2 to facilitate investigations into the murder of a 56-year-old female sightseeing bus operator who was reported missing on March 1, 2014.

Previously, the four suspects comprising the husband, 57, his wife, 54, and their two sons both aged 20 and 17 were remanded for seven days beginning Nov 19 and ending today.

The case was being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder.

This morning, the suspects arrived at the court at 8.25am in a police truck, accompanied by several police officers.

They were detained on Oct 26 at a house near the workshop in Jalan Pahang, after information was received with regards to a 46-year-old man reported missing by his family on Aug 25.

The arrests led to the police uncovering the disappearance of three more individuals, all believed to have been victims of the four.

The victims were believed to have been murdered before their remains burned and their ashes and bones thrown into Sungai Ceroh which flows behind the workshop.

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