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Sungai Besar: The attempt by a man to break into a house was not only unsuccessful but was chased by the villagers as far as 1.5 kilometers before being detained at the Parit Tiga Half here last Friday.

In the incident at about 2.30pm, the 33-year-old man was believed to have opened the door of Salamah Ukir's house, 74, using a key cutter before the victim's son-in-law, Johari Daud, 61, with his son returning from the mosque after Friday prayers.

Sabak Bernam District Police Chief Nor Azmi Isa said the suspect was surprised to see Johari's presence escape with a motorcycle parked in front of the victim's house.
"During the incident, the suspect was believed to be in a state of illicit drug effects.
"The suspect escaped while pursuing Johari and the villagers who saw the incident.
"Upon arrival, the suspect's motorcycle was hit at the back and he fell to the edge of the road before the suspect repeatedly apologized to Johari," he said.
Nor Azmi said the suspect who had a criminal record was arrested by police and the case was investigated under Section 447 of the Penal Code for trespassing.

Meanwhile, Johari said he and his son performed Friday prayers during the incident and there was only a mother-in-law at home.
"When I got home from the mosque, I saw a motorcycle parked in front of the house.
"Suspecting the situation, I slow down the motorcycle and see a man trying to open the door of the house," he said.
Johari said she kept shouting for help to cause the man to mourn and run away on a parked motorcycle. - source HM

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