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Man Who Went Amok Told Aunt He Felt Uneasy

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TELUK INTAN- “I feel ‘libang-libu (uneasy).”

Those were the words of a 35-year-old amok suspect when he met his aunt two days before he allegedly killed three siblings and injured four others at Kampung Sungai Haji Muhammad, Rungkup here yesterday.

The aunt, who refused to be named, said she went to the the suspect’s home to buy bananas and leaves.

“I always buy bananas at his home. But on that day, he looked strange. After taking some bananas, I gave him RM10 but he rejected it. He then told me he felt uneasy and rambled on,” she said when met at the Teluk Intan magistrate court’s here today.

Siti said the suspect was fondly known as ‘Yang’. She said she left the suspect’s house as soon as possible as she felt uneasy looking at him.

“I immediately rushed to my car. I was afraid as he seemed a bit aggressive,” she added.

Siti added that the suspect was a very hardworking person and he always helps his family and villagers there.

“I couldn’t believe my ears when I heard the news. I didn’t know what was his motive or if he has some issue with the siblings’ father,” she added.

It was reported yesterday that the man, believed to be mentally unstable, killed three siblings and wounded their mother and three other people.

The deceased were identified as Nur Ziah Fasihah Mohd Fadzil, 2, Muhammad Firash Zaffril, 3 and Mohammad Faqhqih Zahirulhaq, 5.

The injured were the victims’ mother, Zuraidah Md Ali, 35, and their elder sister Nur Zuryn Faziera, 9.

Within half an hour, the man ran to SK Sungai Haji Mohamad and slashed two pupils and a member of the public.- New Straits Times


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