Four men suspected of protecting two main suspects in the case of the murder of three Sri Lankan nationals in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur were arrested by the police in a house in Petaling Jaya. The latest capture brings the total number of arrests to eight, including a married couple and the two main murder suspects. The Chief of Police in Kuala Lumpur, Datuk Allaudeen Abdul Majid, stated that the four suspects consist of three Sri Lankan nationals and one Pakistani, who are believed to be friends and protectors of the main suspects. With the arrest of these four suspects, aged between 20 and 40 years old, the police are confident that they will be able to solve the murder case by the end of this week. However, the motive for the incident is still under investigation. When asked about the death of one of the suspects while in detention, the Chief of Police stated that the matter would be explained by the police investigation and that the investigation into his death does not affect the main case. On September 23, the police discovered the bodies of three Sri Lankan nationals in a storage room at the crime scene after receiving a call regarding a fight on September 22. The bodies were found tied up, with their hands and feet bound, and one of the victims was found naked. Following this, the police arrested a married couple who are believed to be the parents of one of the victims, and the two main suspects were arrested on September 25 in Hulu Langat.
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