The Malay Mail Online – 18 hours ago
BUKIT MERTAJAM, Nov 25 ― A decapitated head was found on a five-foot way of a coffeeshop in Taman Impian, Alma, yesterday.
The discovery was made by the owner of the coffeeshop.
The head, believed to be that of a foreigner, was found in a plastic bag left under an open umbrella.
The area is a colony for workers from Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Indonesia.
State CID chief SAC II Mazlan Kesah, who visited the scene, said the 35-year-old coffeeshop owner alerted police at 4.30pm.
He said the bloodstained head was believe to have been severed less than 24 hours before the discovery.
“The CCTV footage from the coffeeshop showed two men, believed to be foreigners, dumping the plastic bag at about 9pm on Sunday.
Police are trying to find the body.
On November 6, police recovered a headless and limbless body of a naked woman stuffed in a suitcase at a carpark near the Penang Botanic Gardens.
Two days earlier, fishermen found the headless body of a woman floating in the waters near Pulau Kendi.