Horrifying video of bank murder uploaded on Youtube
PETALING JAYA: A CCTV recording depicting the last moments of Ambank operations officer Norazita Abu Talib before she was shot by a bank security guard was uploaded to YouTube.
The 33-second video showed an office room and an open door where Norazita, in red was standing with a female colleague wearing white.
Both had their backs to the camera and were facing a safe.
As Norazita turned at 0:03 seconds into the video, she suddenly collapsed and her colleague was seen covering her face and ears from the noise of the gunshot.
It is estimated the Norazita was shot from a distance of about 5 metres away.
Caught on camera: A CCTV footage showing the face of the robbery suspect in Subang Jaya.
The assailant then ran towards the safe from behind the camera and dragged Norazita’s frantic collegue out of the room.
He then walked over Norazita’s stationary body and proceeded to collect the money from the safe into a bag.
The footage then blacked out for a few seconds and resumed with the video of the man picking up a bag of money and running out of the screen.
From the video, the man was seen to be very focused on his heist and appeared completely unperturbed.
PETALING JAYA: A bank in Subang Jaya was robbed and its operations officer shot in the head by a security guard stationed at the bank, killing her instantly.
Bank officer Norazita Abu Talib, 37, a mother of two children, was opening the door to a safe with a colleague in the bank along Jalan USJ Sentral 2 at around 6.18pm Wednesday when the suspect shot her in the face with a pump gun.
The man then forced the other terrified staff member to load a bag with cash from the safe.
He then made his escape on a motorcycle with a yet-unknown amount of cash.
Selangor deputy police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Abdul Rahim Jaafar said the suspect was the only male staff member among the five stationed at the bank.
"According to the security firm he was meant to be a replacement guard and had worked in another bank next to the crime scene.
"He had been employed by the firm for about a year," he said.
However, he raised concerns over facts of the suspect's identity.
"Checks on his I.C. reveal that it was a fake. We are going to look into this more and find out how he was employed with a fake I.C," he said, adding that cops were also investigating the CCTV footage of the bank and nearby shops.
"I advise the public to be cautious as the man is still on the loose and is armed. I urge anyone with information on him to come forward," he said.
Subang Jaya deputy OCPD Supt Tan Ah Chua revealed that the suspect was identified as Ardi Hamza (770818-12-6721) from Tawau, Sabah.
The case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code.