Pahang Teen Breaks Into A Home, Abducts A Girl, Sexually Assaults Her Before Killing A Man
Police caught the suspect a few hours later at an oil palm plantation in Bera, Kuantan.
A 16-year-old boy from Pahang has been arrested for allegedly robbing a house, abducting and forcing a 14-year-old girl to perform oral sex on him and for being involved in a crash which killed a man
Bera District Police chief DSP Mansor Samsudin said police traced the teenage boy just a few hours after he was alleged to have committed the horrific crime spree.
NST Online reported that police caught the suspect at an oil palm plantation around Taman Merbau and Kampung Menteri in Bera, Kuantan, at 3pm on Saturday, 23 March.
His crime spree began when the teenage boy, at 9am yesterday, armed with a knife, broke into a house in Triang, Bera
He first stole a wallet containing RM560, a bag filled with RM160 in coins, a total of RM720 in case, and a ring from the family home.
He then abducted the girl, whose hands were tied and mouth gagged, and drove off in the victim's father's Toyota Camry car, the keys to which he had stolen earlier.
The suspect then drove off in the direction of Temerloh, DSP Mansor told Bernama.
About half an hour later, at 9.30am, he collided the car against a motorcyclist in Kampung Menteri, Triang, killing the rider
According to DSP Mansor, the suspect's stolen car was involved in an accident with a motorcycle at the junction of Kampung Menteri, Triang, and the rider, Muhammad Deris Abu Tak, 44, was killed while he was being rushed to the Triang Health Clinic.
The suspect abandoned the car, took the victim into the oil palm plantation and allegedly forced her to perform oral sex on him before letting her go after warning her not to make a police report.
The suspect will be remanded today, 24 March. DSP Mansor said that the case is being investigated under 5 different Sections.
The Sections under which the case is being investigated are:
Section 392 of the Penal Code for robbery;
Section 362 for abduction;
Section 377B (for committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature);
Section 6(1) of the Scheduled Arms Act; and
Section 41 (1) of the Road Transport Act 1987.