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Monday, February 27, 2017

Abducted pastor’s family praying for a miracle

PETALING JAYA - It has been two long and agonising weeks for the family of abducted Pastor Raymond Koh who are praying for a miracle and breakthrough in the case.

His son Jonathan hoped more witnesses or those with clue of the abduction would step forward to help in investigations.

He said every bit of information would help and some new evidences obtained from the public have been handed over to the police last week.

“We are hoping to get more leads and are reviewing the information we have gathered from the public so far,” he said when contacted by The Star.

CCTV footage, currently with the police, purportedly showed the pastor’s abduction in broad daylight on Feb 13.

“Several heavily-tinted SUVs are believed to have been used in the abduction which has been described as professionally executed.”

The family has not received any ransom demand so far and had raised the reward for information to RM100,000 last week from an initial RM10,000.

The abduction has taken a severe toll on the family and Koh’s wife Susanna Liew, 61, had to undergo trauma counselling in Singapore.

The Christian community, shocked by the abduction, are gathering at various churches to pray for Koh’s save return. They have launched an international petition at to rally the authorities to save him.

The petition can be found at

The petition which started on Friday has garnered 2,623 supporters at press time.

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