Datuk Seri kidnap-murder case: Ninth suspect turns himself in

PETALING JAYA (June 30): The ninth suspect in the kidnap-murder of a 55-year-old “Datuk Seri” businessman surrendered to the cops at the Rawang station last night, FMT reported.

Selangor Criminal Investigations Department chief Fadzil Ahmat told the news portal that Vikneswarar Nagentiran has been remanded until July 6.

Fadzil added that another suspect had been remanded an additional seven days.

It has been reported that police had so far detained nine men, including a Bangladeshi and an individual with a ‘Datuk’ title, to help investigate the case.

The body of the businessman was found at Batu 27, Jalan Rawang Bestari Jaya, on Saturday.

The victim was reported to have been abducted while exercising in a playground in Jalan Persiaran Perdana, Bandar Sri DamansaraPetaling Jaya, at 10.30 am on June 10.

The family later reportedly received a S$50 million ransom demand, but no payment was made.

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