Netizen Warns The Public To Be Alert Of Surrounding After Escaping A Suspected Robber In Kepong - The Coverage
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Netizen Warns The Public To Be Alert Of Surrounding After Escaping A Suspected Robber In Kepong

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Ladies are often urged to be aware of their surroundings when they step out of their home, especially in the parking lot as perpetrators could be lurking at any corner.

A young woman, recently took to Facebook to warn the public to be aware of their surroundings at all times after claiming that she escaped a suspected robber at a supermarket in Kepong.

Suki Yap said she was driving alone in Tesco Kepong Village and was looking for a parking spot. When she finally parked, she noticed a man leaning against a nearby pillar, she added that the man was acting rather suspicious.

Source: Facebook

Feeling uneasy about the situation, she kept her doors locked and stayed inside her car. She claimed that the man appeared to “be drunk or faking it”.

Roughly around two or three minutes later, the man walked over to her car and tried to forcefully open her locked door.

Though Yap managed to quickly drive away, she circled back to attempt to snap a photo of the man, however, by the time she got back to the spot, he was nowhere to be seen.

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Source: Facebook

She added that she was unable to record the incident as she has not install a dashboard camera yet.

Suki believes that the man was targeting lone women and urged the public to be aware of their surroundings at all times.

“Always keep your vehicle doors locked and stay inside in such situations.”

Her video has over 198,000 views and more than 6,300 shares at the time of writing.

Watch her video below.

 

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