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Report: Philippines confirms missing Malaysian sailors kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf - Malay Mail Online

It was reported that an empty tugboat with its engine still running was found abandoned Monday in the waters of Dent Haven, Tambisan, Lahad Datu. ― Picture courtesy of EsscomKUALA LUMPUR, July 20 ― Five Malaysian crew members whose ship was found ...and more »

5 Malaysians believed kidnapped in Sabah waters - Inquirer.net

Eastern Sabah Security Command commander ACP Datuk Abdul Rashid Harun speaking at the buka puasa event in Lahad Datu. THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK. Five Malaysian sailors, reported missing from a tugboat off Lahad Datu waters on Monday, might have been ...and more »

5 Malaysian crewmen kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf: Philippine official - Channel NewsAsia

Five crewmen from a Malaysian-registered tugboat have been kidnapped by the militant Abu Sayyaf group off Sabah, according to a Philippine government official. 20 Jul 2016 10:37AM. Share this content. Bookmark. SINGAPORE: Five Malaysian tugboat crewmen ...and more »

Sabah cops not discounting kidnap in case of ghost ship crew - Malay Mail Online

Police say five Malaysian sailors may have been kidnapped in Sabah waters off Lahad Datu yesterday. — AFP picKOTA KINABALU, July 19 ― Five Malaysian sailors may have been kidnapped after their ship was found drifting in Sabah waters off Lahad Datu ...and more »

No news of five crew members who disappeared from boat found in Lahad Datu - The Star Online

Worrying: The empty tugboat was found floating in waters off Lahad Datu. Among the missing crew members are (inset from left) Abd Rahman, Fandy and Mohd Ridzuan. KOTA KINABALU: Five Malaysian sailors have gone missing from their tugboat which was found ...and more »

Kidnapping not ruled out — Sabah police - The Borneo Post

LAHAD DATU: Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Abdul Rashid Harun said the police have not ruled out the possibility that the five crew members of tugboat 'Serudong 3' were abducted. They are Abd Rahim Summas, 62, whose last address is Kampung Tanjung ...and more »

Serudong 3: Police not ruling out possibility of kidnap - The Borneo Post

LAHAD DATU: Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Abdul Rashid Harun said police did not rule out the possibility that the crew of Serudong 3 was abducted. Five Malaysians identified as Abd Rahim Summas, 62, Tayudin Anjut, 45, Fandy Bakran, 26, Mohamad ...and more »

Police verifying reports of ghost ship in Lahad Datu - Malay Mail Online

Sabah police are trying to confirm reports of a tugboat found drifting with its engine running but without any crewmembers aboard in the waters off the coast of Lahad Datu. — File picKOTA KINABALU, July 18 — Police are trying to confirm reports of a ...and more »

Empty tugboat: Police do not rule out possibility five Malaysians abducted - Astro Awani

Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Abdul Rashid Harun says police were still investigating the matter and advised the public to remain calm and not to speculate. KOTA KINABALU: Police do not rule out the possibility that five Malaysian citizens have been abducted from an empty tugboat which was found in the Dent Haven waters of Lahad Datu yesterday. Confirming this, Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Abdul Rashid Harun said those suspected missing are Abd Rahim Summas, Tayudin Anjut, Mohd Ridzua ...and more »

Tugboat without crew found abandoned in Lahad Datu - Free Malaysia Today

Authorities are still investigating the fate of the five members who were believed to be on the boat. harun-rashid-thugboat-lahad-datu. KOTA KINABALU: An empty tugboat but with the engine still running was found abandoned this morning in the waters of Dent Haven, Tambisan, Lahad Datu. It is learnt that the authorities are investigating the fate of five local crew members who were believed to be on the boat. The boat was later taken to the Lahad Datu marine base for further investigations. Sabah Police ...and more »