5 missing Malaysian sailors might have been kidnapped, says Dureza

By: - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
/ 05:27 PM July 19, 2016

At least five Malaysian sailors have gone missing and believed to be abducted off Tawi-Tawi, a Palace official said on Tuesday.

READ: 5 Malaysians believed kidnapped in Sabah waters 


Presidential peace adviser Jesus Dureza said Malaysian authorities have found a running tugboat but was unmanned at the vicinity off Lahad Datu in Sabah bordering Tawi-Tawi.

The missing Malaysians sailors were identified as Abdurahim Bin Summas, Tayudin Anjut, Mohammad Ridzuan Bin Ismael, Mohammad Jumadil Bin Rahim and Fandy Bin Bakran.


The alleged abducted Malaysians were onboard T/B Serudong 3w while travelling from Sandakan to Semporna.

Dureza said the government has yet to verify the abductors. TVJ

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