When the underdogs hit the wrong target in the Bandar Utama drive-by shooting
The Mongolian woman who was shot four times in a drive-by shooting in Bandar Utama on Monday was not the target.
The bullets were meant for her 35-year-old boyfriend from Sarawak, a Datuk, who is believed to have past connections to a gang, police said yesterday.
Petaling Jaya police chief Assistant Commissioner Azmi Abu Kassim said in October last year, the businessman's house in Sibu was shot at and he had been threatened. "The businessman had also received several threats via phone calls telling him to 'jaga baik-baik' (watch out)," he said.
"He previously had a misunderstanding with one of an underworld member he calls 'Brother'. It was related to a business matter," he said adding that the dispute has to do with the shooting incident.
To add Sibu police were assisting in the investigations.
“We are liaising with them to locate the brother who we believe could be involved in the shooting,” said Selangor police chief Datuk Abdul Samah.
On 15 June, a Bandar Utama drive-by shooting left a Mongolian woman critically injured after she was shot four times by two men
A Mongolian woman critically injured after being shot by two men at Bandar Utama, Damansara this evening - Police— BERNAMA (@bernamadotcom) June 15, 2015
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