A Malaysian Was Robbed Of Gold And Cash Worth RM16,000 Outside A Hotel In Chennai

The incident happened at around 11pm on Sunday.

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A 62-year-old Malaysian man was robbed in Chennai, India

The incident happened at around 11pm on Sunday, 24 November.

Three unidentified men jumped the Malaysian national on Sunday night and robbed him at knifepoint, an Indian newspaper, The Times Of India (TOI), reported yesterday, 26 November.

He was robbed outside his hotel building

According to TOI, the Malaysian man, who was identified by his first name, Lakshmanan, was robbed in front of Kuber Inn at West CIT Nagar in Nandanam, a neighbourhood in Chennai.

The gang robbed him of 88 grams of gold jewellery worth INR250,000 (RM14,630) and INR20,000 cash (RM1,170). The three men pushed him down before escaping.

A first information report (F.I.R.) has been registered

The newspaper on Tuesday that based on the complaint by the Malaysian national, the Saidapet police have registered a case and have launched a search for the suspects.

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