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IGP promises to track down 'Ambank murderer'

IGP promises to track down 'Ambank murderer'
KUALA LUMPUR: The police will go all out to nab the murderer of Ambank officer, Norazita Abu Talib, who was shot dead by a security guard in a murder-cum-robbery at the bank's branch at Jalan USJ Central 2, Subang Jaya, Wednesday.

Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar in his Twitter Thursday, said: "All efforts are being deployed to apprehend the Ambank murderer."

Norazita, 37, was shot in the face by the 37-year-old guard after she had opened the bank's strong room with four other colleagues in the 6pm incident.

Meanwhile, a 32-second video recording of the incident went viral on the Facebook today showing Rozita, who wore a red baju kurung, and one of her colleagues had just opened a vault when suddenly she fell down after a shot was fired from a distance behind a close-circuit television camera (CCTV) in the bank.
Hearing the shot, Rozita's friend stood still in panic and seconds later a security guard, who had come holding a pump-gun, took the women away from the vault before he fled with some of the cash from the strong room.