The daughter of a couple who had their house broken into, seeks the help of Malaysians
In light of the current economic downturn, robbery and break-in cases are becoming increasingly frequent these days, putting law abiding citizens in a state of constant fear and panic- and invoke a great ‘what if’ in the minds of victims who fall prey to these criminal acts.
Facebook user Rachael Chin took to social media to seek the help of Malaysians after her parents’ house was robbed yesterday.
The house of Miss Chin’s parents were ransacked by intruders, who also got away with her car that was parked there, a C200 Mercedes Benz.
To our understanding, Miss Chin’s parents were out of the house with her during the break-in, and were shocked to find their home in USJ completely ransacked when they reached home a few hours later.
Below is Miss Chin’s post on her Facebook profile.
Miss Chin ends her post on Facebook by thanking the fact that nobody was harmed.
It goes without saying that the break-in was unfortunate.
Miss Chin’s parents are estimated to have lost thousands upon thousands of Ringgit because of the break-in, though it wasn’t specified in Miss Chin’s post on Facebook.
We implore all Malaysians to help Miss Chin’s parents out by keeping an eye out for Miss Chin’s stolen car, a C200 Mercedes Benz bearing the registration plate of WUE 633.
By spotting the car and contacting authorities, it will help police get one step closer to arresting the robbers and bringing them to the attention of the law and put them behind bars, effectively keeping them safe from other Malaysians.
After all, judging by how organised their break-in to Miss Chin’s parent’s home is, it is safe to assume that this isn’t the first time the said robbers have done something like this; and it will most definitely won’t be their last.
Miss Chin’s original post on Facebook can be found here .