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RM3,000 ransom paid to free kidnapped woman, Dora Goh

It’s now confirm from the media theStar that Dora Goh is safe now.

SHAH ALAM: A 25-year-old woman who was kidnapped from her office car park in Glenmarie, Subang, near here, was freed after her family paid a RM3,000 ransom.

The woman, who was kidnapped by three men at about 8.30am on Wednesday, was released at about 7.30am in a housing estate in Cheras after the money was paid.

Her family members picked her up and sent her to a hospital for a medical check-up.

Police have quizzed several people who they believe could help them in their investigations.

The woman’s kidnapping was witnessed by several people and the news spread like wildfire when they sent out SMSes urging the public to be on the lookout for a Toyota Camry with the registration number 7641 driven by the kidnappers.

The message also urged the public to contact the police or a particular cellphone number.

However, several bloggers went further by posting the woman’s photograph, much to the ire of the police who felt the action could have jeopardised the woman’s life.

Selangor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Khalid Abu Bakar confirmed the woman’s release and said investigations were in progress. more

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