IPOH: Police are looking for a man in his 30s to assist them in investigations into two cases of carjacking and theft involving two women here and in Batu Gajah.
In the first incident, a man on a motorcycle knocked into a car driven by a 51-year-old woman technician at a traffic-light junction in Lahat at 4pm on Wednesday.
Acting Ipoh City police chief Superintendent Abu Bakar Ibrahim said as the woman got out of her car to check the damage, the man got into the car and drove off, leaving the motorcycle on the roadside.
The car was found abandoned at a petrol kiosk in Pusing, Batu Gajah, about 35km from the scene, five hours after the incident.
Investigations revealed that the man abandoned the car after crashing it into another car.
Abu Bakar said it happened when the woman driver of the second car had parked the vehicle and gone into a kiosk to withdraw money from an automated teller machine.
The man then got down and drove off in the second car.
The 35-year-old victim also lost RM1,000 and credit cards.
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