Aiyooo…how does one easily escape while being in custody?
Apparently, a rape suspect who was already cuffed and seated in the police car was left alone in the vehicle while the police officers went down to get a drink.
Now now…don’t pull the trigger just yet, according to the police officers’ statement, Nasrudi Ambo (the criminal), was taken to his house where he committed the crime, to collect more evidence and when on the way back to the police station, that’s when…
After gathering their evidence, the 29-year-old suspect told the officers that he needed to “buka puasa” as he was fasting on that day. Very odd isn’t it? And this even happened at around 3 pm, what kind of fasting is this anyways?
Oh well, then the policemen took him to the nearest sundry shop to get him a drink as he claimed to be thirsty, after changing his cuffs to the front as to allow him to eat in the patrol car. Not sure if they actually locked the door or not, but as they turned their backs, the suspect made a run for it.
And when the Sandakan police officers came back to the car, the saw him running towards a nearby oil palm estate. They did try their best to catch the criminal but the gap between was just too big to recapture the guy who allegedly raped a 17-year-old girl in a plantation in Beluran.
What bugs me is that a report was only lodged the day after at 2pm…why didn’t they reported it earlier and immediately send out a bunch of police officers to hunt that perverted man down?
Though the Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Ramli Din said that their focus now was to recapture Nasrudi, investigations of negligence are still being carried out as a suspect should never be left alone in a police car.
“If the investigation shows that there had been negligence, then stern action will be taken against those involved”