Two Burmese Arrested in Malaysia for Murder
4 April 2014
Police in the Malaysian state of Pahang have arrested two Burmese nationals accused of murdering a compatriot, reports the Malaysian daily The Star. Lai Rin Tluang, 24, was believed to have been bludgeoned to death during a fight at a construction site in the town of Muadzam Shah on Monday night. “Initial investigations revealed a group confronted the victim in his quarters before a fight broke out,” said Deputy Superintendent Johari Jahaya of the Rompin Police District in Pahang State, adding that the two suspects were said to be enraged with the victim for getting them fired from their jobs.