Setback: The thieves have abandoned the loot, because they did not take place
Two criminals had a funny slip-up, who attacked the cash transport. Turned out, that car, which they planned to flee was… too small, to contain the loot! Half the money had to stay in place. Big plans, but a small car was owned by two armed Malaysian robbers, who, for lack of space, were forced to give up more than half of the stolen money – Malaysian police said on Tuesday. The day before, in a mall near Kuala Lumpur, criminals terrorized five guards and hijacked a van carrying the equivalent 1,3 million dollars. One of the attackers fled the scene in a van, and the other a small stolen car. Not much later, the police found an abandoned van, which contained nine bags of 2,7 million ringgit (equivalent 786 thousand. USD) – left apparently from lack of space. Criminals with heavily truncated prey over 520 thousand. USD are still at large. However, the guards were detained until questioning, who were so easily intimidated by inept robbers. – Police suspect security guards of collaborating with criminals – said Chief Shakaruddin Che Mood.