Bangladesh worker wanted
Mon, Dec 07, 2009
The Straits Times

By Mavis Toh

MALAYSIAN police are looking for a Bangladeshi worker, who is believed to be behind the wheel of a car which rammed into a Singaporean man, killing him instantly.

The Bangladeshi was an employee of SK Car Wash Centre in Jalan Tombak, a 15-minute drive into Johor Bahru from the Causeway.

Last Saturday night, accountant Seow Wei Hua, 31, had driven his car into the car wash. He was sitting on a sofa in the centre when a Singapore-registered Toyota Camry, driven by the Bangladeshi worker, reversed into him. The Camry belongs to a Singaporean who had, after leaving it at the car wash, gone off for a meal nearby.

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