“Sorry ! We thought you are the owner of the money changer. We robbed the wrong person. Ok , We give you back RM 100!”
A sales supervisor that worked part time as a security guard in a money changer was mistakenly thought the business owner. The robbers eyed on him and come as an ” uninvited guests” in the middle of the night.
The Indian Muslim victim named Muhammad Imran, 36-year-old told media, during the incident he and his wife and their 5 kids were sleeping on the 2nd floor. His wife heard some sound like breaking a window and waked him up. She asked him to go and check out.
The moment he stepped out from the bedroom only he realised 4 parang-wielding burglars were already in 2nd floor.
“3 kids were sleeping in my room while another 2 kids were in another room. The burglars who spoke in Tamil pushed me down. I’m trying to protect my kids and they hurt me with their parang”
They searched around the house and took away jewellery, TV, cash amounting RM2,000 and USD 300 and a car. The total loss was around RM75,000.
Before leaving, the burglars told him they robbed a wrong person and mistakenly thought he was the business owner. One of the robber asked him whether he got money for food and left a RM100 note on the table.
Imran was injured on his arm, leg and head. He was admitted to hospital and still receiving treatment now.