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Police Hunt Man Book The Stolen Porsche Cars In Bukit Bintang

Wednesday, October 24, 2012 | 2:00 AM

The suspect, Lim Ah Hua, 57, is wanted by the police to investigate the theft of luxury cars, Porsche Panamera 4, was stolen on October 11. -Photo BERNAMA

KUALA LUMPUR: Police are hunting a man who believed "conduit" in the case of running a car Porsche Panamera 4 of a brand car showroom in Jalan Bukit Bintang on October 11 last year.

Men who have a criminal record in respect of six car theft and the past 26 years is known as Ah Hua Lim, 57, identity card number and address 550725-08-5619 last at No. 24, Jalan USJ 3/1B Seafield Park, Subang Jaya.

CID chief Kuala Lumpur Datuk Ku Chin Wah said that so far two men suspected in the case was arrested for investigation.

Men who hunted it is the 'book' luxury vehicles priced at RM900, 000, he told reporters here Tuesday.

The luxury car was found in Selangor Wholesale Market, Seri Kembangan yesterday, 12 days after being stolen from an exhibition center in Jalan Bukit Bintang, here.

The case shot dead a retired insurance company in Jalan Desa Permai Country Park on Sunday, Ku said police believe the incident was motivated by revenge.

"There have been no arrests. Police are now waiting for her victims to recover from the trauma of the event," he said.

On Sunday, Fong Yen Chong, 72, hit one out of five shots that were fired at his car while he was with his wife and her maid was in the car.

Fong's wife suffered minor injuries when hit by glass fragments. - BERNAMA

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