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Police: Double murder more than just a robbery
KAJANG: A couple were found murdered in a house in a gated community in Taman Segar Perdana, here, yesterday in a case which police believe could be linked to another murder last week.
The victims in this case, businessman Leong Kian Sheong, 37, and his female companion, Vivien Wong, 20, were found dead in the reading room of their double-storey terrace house with multiple slash and stab wounds.
The house was also ransacked and the couple's luxury vehicles, a BMW and a Toyota Vellfire, were also missing.
Police have not ruled out the possibility that the killers had made it look like a robbery.
"That is how we see it now but investigations are still going on and we hope to unearth more information soon," said Selangor deputy CID chief Assistant Commissioner Rosli Mohd Isa.
Initial investigations also revealed that the victims were friends of Won Sin Keong, a 42-year old businessman, who was bludgeoned to death and his body left beside his BMW at Jalan Mahkota 1, Bandar Bukit Mahkota, here, last Sunday morning.
Leong and Wong were believed to have been murdered between 6am and 6.30am.
Judging from the blood splatter on the walls, police believe the victims had put up a fierce fight against the assailants.
It was also learnt there was no sign of forced entry suggesting that the assailants were known to the victims.
The bodies were found by Leong's friend who had been trying to contact him since Thursday evening.
"We seized a chopper which we believe was used to attack the couple," Rosli said.
They also retrieved closed-circuit television camera footages from the neighbour's house.
Police believe that more than two assailants were involved.