Myanmar worker killed in stabbing, three foreigners arrested in Malaysia

A manufacturing facility employee from Myanmar tragically lost his life after being stabbed by a colleague during an argument at a house in Butterworth, Malaysia. Seberang Perai Utara district police chief Mohd Asri Shafie introduced that three international people have been arrested and are currently being held in remand for seven days in connection to the homicide.
Two coworkers of the victim and his employer, between the ages of 28 and forty, were apprehended separately in Butterworth and Permatang Pauh. The incident happened during a ingesting session, when the sufferer was stabbed by one other furniture manufacturing facility employee.
Elements said that a medical officer from Hospital Seberang Jaya knowledgeable the police that a 33-year-old man had been admitted to the hospital with stab wounds in his stomach. The man later died at 2.03am.
The attacker fled the scene and went into hiding after the incident. Upon arresting the suspect, police seized two mobile phones, a knife, two bottles of alcoholic drinks, and the garments worn by the suspect through the altercation..

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