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Mystery Unfolds As Myvi “Taken For A Ride” While Buying Nasi Lemak

Mystery Unfolds As Myvi “Taken For A Ride” While Buying Nasi Lemak

The victim had parked his turquoise blue car approximately five meters from the nasi lemak stall without turning off the engine.

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A farmer’s routine purchase of nasi lemak in Pekan Ijok, Selangor, took a dramatic turn on Friday when an unidentified man reportedly took his Perodua Myvi, sparking panic.

The incident, which occurred at 8:15 am, saw the 41-year-old victim leaving his vehicle running as he stepped away to make his purchase.

The subsequent Facebook plea for public assistance tracking the car indicated that it had been driven towards Puteri or Kuala Lumpur.

According to Careta, Kuala Selangor district deputy police chief, Deputy Superintendent Mohd Ambia Nordin confirmed that a police report had been filed, and investigations were ongoing.

Efforts to track the suspect are underway, with the case being investigated under Section 379A of the Penal Code.

According to the initial investigation, the car was registered in the victim’s wife’s name and has been in use since 2007.

During the incident, the victim reportedly did not turn off the engine and left the car approximately five meters from the nasi lemak stall.

The car was then swiftly taken in reverse and driven away towards Ijok, leaving the victim in disbelief.

The stolen vehicle reportedly contained a mobile phone and house keys.

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