Sunday, December 2, 2007

Kidnapped Fashion Designer Freed


Previously, I've received quite a number of forwarded e-mails and even private messages on YIM (Yahoo Instant Messenger) regarding this young lady - Dora Goh's abduction. Thank God that she's now freed and safe!

For everyone out there, please kindly remove her photos and her personal details from your blog / website as Mohd Sharif said, "this can put the victim's life in danger should the abductors discover that the police were looking for them". Thanks for your kind cooperation and consideration! Please read the article below for further information.
Kidnapped fashion designer freed
Thursday, 29 November 2007, 06:20pm
© The Sun (Used by permission)
by Charles Ramendran

SHAH ALAM (Nov 29, 2007): A 25-year-old fashion designer, whose photos were put up on the Internet in a plea to the public to help look for her following her abduction at Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park here early Wednesday, was freed by her assailants today.

The woman, who works for a textile and footwear company, was walking to her office on Jalan U1/20 after parking her car in an open carpark nearby, when a Toyota Camry pulled over next to her at about 9am.

It is learnt that two men stepped out and bundled the victim into the car, which sped off after that.

The incident was witnessed by her colleagues, who alerted the police.

It is learnt that for the next 22 hours, the victim was taken on a terror ride to several locations, including Seremban.

Shah Alam deputy police chief Supt Mohd Shariff Abd Wahid said the woman was released in Taman Midah, Cheras today after her abductors managed to withdraw RM3,500 from her bank accounts through automated teller machines.

The woman was sent for a medical check-up in Selayang Hospital where she was warded.

"We have yet to record a tatement from her on what transpired throughout her ordeal but we are tracking down the abductors based on the information we have," Mohd Shariff said.

After informing the police, the victim’s colleagues sent out emails with several photos of her and a note urging the public to alert the police if they spot her.

Blogs and online forums also put out word on her abduction which became a hot topic of discussion in several websites.

Mohd Sharif said although the police understood the colleagues’ concern for her safety, the police did not encourage the public to post details on the Internet.

He said this can put the victim's life in danger should the abductors discover that the police were looking for them.

Source: The Malaysian Bar

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