Bouncer, 27, Shot Dead In Serdang
SERDANG – A 27-year-old man, believed to be a bouncer at a nearby pub, was shot dead in Serdang Perdana yesterday.
In the 11.30pm incident, the deceased and his two friends were having drinks by the roadside before two suspects, in their 20s, came on a Yamaha LC motorcycle and fired three rounds of shots at the victim.
Serdang district police chief Superintendant Abdul Razak Elias said the shots hit the victim’s head and body.
“The pillion rider had shot the man at close range while the other waited on the motorcycle. Two bullets hit his abdomen while one hit his head.
“A check on the victim’s background revealed that he had no past convictions. His friends escaped unharmed” he said.
Abdul Razak added the men wore full-faced helmets to hide their identity.
“They fled the scene as soon as they fired the shots,” he said, adding that the attack was motivated by revenge.
It was learnt that the deceased had lived at Taman Universiti Flat, Sri Kembangan.
Those with information are urged to contact the nearest police station.
The remains were sent to Serdang Hospital. – New Straits Times Online