Police are looking for a group of men who forcefully took away two Indian nationals from a restaurant in Brickfields, yesterday.

The Star quoted district police chief ACP Anuar Omar saying that the incident occurred about 2pm, when a group of at least 10 men stormed into the restaurant and dragged out the two foreign nationals out by force.

According to the police, the two victims had recently fled from a restaurant they worked in Pandamaran, Klang, after complaining about not being paid their salaries. They had then reportedly sought temporary shelter at the restaurant in Brickfields, before being taken away by the group of men, believed to be from the Klang restaurant.

Police have classified the case under Section 365 of the Penal Code for abduction.

The abduction was witnessed by the workers at the Brickfields restaurant, and the eatery's owner lodged a police report of the incident later yesterday.

A CCTV recording of the incident has since gone viral on social media.

It shows two men pulling one of the workers out of the restaurant by his shirt, while a few seconds later, the second victim is seen struggling to break away from three men doing the same.

The fate of the two victim remains unknown.

Anuar urged anyone with information on the case to contact the police hotline at 03-2115 9999 or go to the nearest police station.

Source: The Star
Photo & Video source: Astro Awani