Late night shift turns deadly for security guard at SGH


KUCHING: Two security guards from the morning shift at the Sarawak General Hospital got a shock today when they came to work and discovered blood splatter on the back of the partially-completed Clinical Research Centre wing which caught fire last month, but no sign of the security guards from the previous night shift.

The security guards called the police who inspected the construction site and discovered the body of one of the missing security guards in a hole that had been previously dug out by construction workers for pipework and recently covered with sand.

The police said the 69-year-old victim died from an injury to the head. The victim’s motorcycle was still at the site, but the suspect’s vehicle was missing.

Police went to the suspect’s house but did not find him there. They are tracking him down.

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Police inspecting the site where the victim’s body was discovered.