Thursday, July 30, 2015   

Sabah kidnappers may have had inside help
(04-03 20:07)

Insiders at the Malaysian resort in the east coast of Sabah may have facilitated the abductions of a Chinese tourist and a Filipina last night, police suspect, local media reports say.
The Malay Mail cited state police chief Hamza Taib as saying that access to the Singamata Reef Resort would not have been possible without intimate knowledge of the site. The observation came from a posting on the Sabah police official Facebook page this evening.
   
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