October 3, 2022

Accountant’s Wife Behaving Badly: Stabbed Her Husband to Death

This horrific news, in which a woman allegedly killed her husband, a former accountant, with a sharp object in front of two of their children, happened on Jan. 23 at a bungalow in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.

The Sun reported:

Seremban police chief ACP Nanda Maarof said police received a distress call from one of the four children of the couple at about 4.10pm before a team was dispatched to the house.

He said investigations showed that the murder had occurred at the bungalow and was witnessed by the last two children of the couple.

Nanda said investigators examined the victim’s injuries and found stab wounds on the left of his chest and waist.

He said police also seized the murder weapon from the scene.

The victim, 55-year-old Poh Seng Hiap, an ex-accountant of a private company, was stabbed twice and died from his injuries. His wife, 55, who was not named in the article, was arrested at the bungalow. According to a report from Malay Mail, police said financial problems was the motive behind Hiap’s killing.

Accountant stabbed to death, wife arrested [The Sun]
Police: Wife allegedly stabs husband to death in Seremban [Malay Mail]

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