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

SINGAPORE: Five Malaysian tugboat crewmen who went missing off Sabah's waters on Monday (Jul 18) have been kidnapped by the Abu Sayyaf militant group, according to Philippine presidential peace adviser Jesus Dureza. “I heard today that they took ...and more »

5 Malaysians believed kidnapped in Sabah waters - Inquirer.net

Five Malaysian sailors, reported missing from a tugboat off Lahad Datu waters on Monday, might have been kidnapped. “We do not rule out the possibility of the five being kidnapped,” Sabah Police Commissioner Abdul Rashid Harun told reporters in Lahad ...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, ...and more »

Ghost ship sparks new kidnapping fear - The Borneo Post

LAHAD DATU: A tugboat belonging to a Tawau-based local company was found without five of its crew members in the waters off Dent Haven, Tambisan about 2pm yesterday, sparking off fear of another kidnapping in the east coast of Sabah. It is understood ...and more »

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

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 ...and more »

Tugboat with ignition still on found abandoned in Tambisan - Astro Awani

KOTA KINABALU: An empty tugboat but ignition still on was found abandoned this morning in the waters of Dent Haven, Tambisan, Lahad Datu. However, it is learnt that the authorities are investigating the fate of five local crew members who were believed to ...and more »