Tiga penjenayah rompak rumah menteri di Damansara
Mereka yang menaiki kereta Proton Waja, dipercayai melarikan beberapa komputer riba dan jam tangan dalam kejadian kira-kira 5.30 petang itu, kata Ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Kuala Lumpur, Datuk Ku Chin Wah.
Beliau berkata, ketika kejadian, menteri berkenaan dan isterinya tiada di rumah.
"Suspek dipercayai memanjat tembok di tepi pagar dan masuk ke rumah menerusi pintu depan yang tidak berkunci.
"Pembantu rumah menyedari kehadiran perompak apabila melihat pintu depan terbuka tetapi dia tidak berani menentang mereka,” katanya di sini, hari ini.
Ku berkata, pembantu rumah itu juga sempat melihat suspek menyelongkar bilik utama sebelum mereka melarikan diri. Jumlah kerugian masih disiasat, katanya. - Bernama
KJ’s house burgled
Burglars ransacked the bungalow of Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin in Bukit Damansara yesterday evening and escaped with valuables worth RM24,000.
Among the items taken during the theft, which was a quick job, were watches and a laptop.
At the time of the incident, only the maid was at home.
Sources said the burglars scaled the wall to get into the compound and easily gained access into the bungalow.
The maid, who was in the kitchen, only realised that the bungalow was broken into when she noticed the front door was wide open.
She could only watch as the four burglars ransacked the master bedroom and left minutes later.
Calls and text messages to Khairy's handphone from The Malaysian Insider were not answered.
Khairy is among several prominent figures whose houses have been broken into in the past two months.
In May, the house of Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin's sister in Petaling Jaya was broken into. Losses were estimated at RM300,000.
A few days later, a younger sister of Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and her family were robbed at their home in Mantin, Negeri Sembilan. The robbers escaped with RM5,000 in cash and valuables. -TMI