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Two men charged for armed robbery

13th September, 2017

KOTA KINABALU: Two men were charged in the Sessions Court for committing an armed robbery at a convenience store recently.

Abirusdi Atilah, 25, and Adiprima Arcules, 27, however pleaded not guilty to robbing 7-Eleven Menggatal Plaza here at 3.40am on Aug 28.

The duo armed with a machete and knife allegedly relieved the cashier of RM116.70 cash and 74 packets of cigarettes from the store.

They claimed trial to the charge framed under Section 395/397 of the Penal Code, which carries a jail term of up to 20 years and whipping, on conviction.

Deputy public prosecutor Husna Abdul Halim objected to bail as the offence involved weapons and it is a serious crime.

Furthermore, Abirusdi has no valid document where he is also facing a charge of illegal entry under Section 6(1)(c) of the Immigration Act 1959/1963.

Husna informed the court that she will call nine witnesses to testify.

Judge Azreena Aziz fixed Oct 20 for case management while January 9, 10 and 26 next year for the trial. Abirusdi was ordered to be further remanded under Section 259 of the Criminal Procedure Code while Adiprima was granted bail at RM10,000 in two sureties. – NEDM

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