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PETALING JAYA -- Three men pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court, here, today to gang robbing three bank employees of RM6,000 with a machete last month.
Koh Kok Hin, 45, Chang Mun Kit, 21, and Pan Kok Wah, 22, were charged with robbing a laptop and two mobile phones belonging to Trevor Lawrence Lazaroo, 25, at house No. 26, USJ 2/2G, Subang Jaya, at 6.45am on July 1.
They were also charged with robbing Hazimah Ariffin, 24, of her identity card, driving licence, two auto-teller machine cards and RM50 cash, and Nur Ashikin Johari, 26, of her car key and mobile phone at the same place and time.
The three were charged under Section 395 of the Penal Code and read with Section 397 which carries a jail term of up to 20 years and caning upon conviction.
Judge Suraiya Mustafa Kamal allowed each accused bail of RM10,000 in one surety and they were required to report themselves at the Sentul police station early each month until the case is settled.
The court set Sept 3 for mention of the case. -- Bernama