A Man Killed His GF Then Drove Her Body To The Police Station. Here's All You Need To Know

Her body was in the passenger seat.

Cover image via New Straits Times

A 37-year-old man drove to the Damansara police station and told the police that the body of his 35-year-old girlfriend was in his car yesterday, 5 February

He drove his white Honda City into the station's compound, then walked into the building and told the front desk receptionist that he killed his girlfriend. 

He admitted to stabbing the woman in her neck with a sharp object at a hypermarket in Kota Damansara.

The police have recovered the suspected murder weapon from the car. 

Here's what we know so far about this bizarre case:

1. The man appeared to be calm when he surrendered himself to the police

According to Channel NewsAsia, Petaling Jaya district police chief Mohd Zani Che Din told reporters that the man was "well-dressed" and seemed "normal" throughout the entire process.

An unnamed witness told The Star that the man had no blood on him when he walked into the station. 

"It was surreal," the witness added.

Police loaded the victim's body onto a police truck.

Image via Malay Mail Online

2. It was alleged that the man killed his girlfriend because he suspected that she was seeing another man

According to a New Straits Times report, it is understood that the victim was killed "in a fit of jealousy". However, Mohd Zani only revealed that the police had not ruled out the possibility that the murder was "a crime of passion". 

Mohd Zani also said that both the man and the victim were working together in a condominium's management office in Kota Damansara, and had known each other for about two years.

Image via N9 Kini

3. According to The Star, the victim's family has never heard of the man nor did they know she was seeing anyone

The victim's cousin told The Star that they have never known the man, and the victim was not seeing anyone as far as the family knows. 

Another family member of the victim also said that she barely went out as she loved staying home with her dogs. 

"Maybe it was a one-sided relationship," claimed the relative in an interview with The Star.

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