Shot Ambank officer had telephoned husband to ask if he loved her before she was killed
24 Oct 2013 10:24am
By Izzatie Rizan ( email@example.com )
SUBANG JAYA – ” My late wife telephoned me before the shooting and asked me if I loved her or not,” the husband of the bank officer, Norazita Abu Talib, who was shot in Ambank at USJ Sentral yesterday evening, said.
The victim’s husband, Irwan Kamaruddin, said: “Just before the shooting, at 5.11 pm she telephoned me and that was the last conversation I had with her before she was shot dead.
“The way my wife died is very cruel and inhumane,” he told ABN news.
He said his 37-year-old wife did not show any change in behaviour before the robbery.
Meanwhile, the victim ‘s cousin, who declined to be named , said Norazita had a cheerful attitude at work.
“She normally was not very talkative, but in the office she was usually cheerful,” he said.
In the incident at 6:18pm yesterday Norazita was shot in her head by the bank’s security guard when she had opened the vault to put in money.
According to police, the security guard who hails from Sabah had fired one shot from his pump gun. He escaped with an unknown amount of money on a motorcycle.
Norazita left two children aged 12 and 8.
The post mortem on her body will be conducted today at Serdang Hospital after which her remains will be taken to Kampar, her home town, for burial.