S'pore man found dead in JB

S'pore man found dead in JB
Forensic experts announced yesterday that the two sets of bones found on June 10 in Hualien belonged to Liu Chih-chin and his wife Lin Chen-mi, who had been wanted for the alleged killings of their five children in 2006.

A 62-year-old man was found dead in a Johor Baru hotel yesterday afternoon, Malaysian police said.

Singaporean Lee Chiang Yong was found unconscious by staff at 1.37pm. They informed the police, who pronounced him dead at the scene. Mr Lee had checked into the Ocean Hotel on Jalan Wong Ah Fook on Monday, police told The New Paper.

It is understood that there were no signs of forced entry in the room.

Police have classified the case as one of sudden death and it is being investigated by the Johor South Police Division.

His body has been taken to the Sultanah Aminah Hospital where it is awaiting post-mortem.

This article was first published on July 02, 2014.
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