PETALING JAYA – Abducted pastor Raymond Koh’s wife could hardly hold back tears as she spoke of the family’s ordeal since the incident last month.
During a candlelight vigil at the Kelana Jaya lake on Sunday, Susanna Liew told of how her husband had been denied the chance to see his mother-in-law one last time.
“We miss him a lot, especially the past few days when my mother passed away and he was not with us to see her for the last time.
“It’s already 35 days since he was taken and we do not have news about his whereabouts and who has taken him,” Liew said.
A few hundred people had attended the candlelight vigil to stand in solidarity with Koh and the family.
Liew, who was accompanied by her son, Jonathan, and two daughters, thanked those who had gathered to show their support and concern.
“I think my husband will be very encouraged and grateful for all the support coming from people of different races and religions.
“I want to know where my husband is, who took him and if he is alive, but I do not want to go the way of hatred and anger,” she said.
On Feb 13, Koh was abducted from his car by a group of men along Jalan SS4B/10, Petaling Jaya.
CCTV footage believed to be of the incident has surfaced, showing at least 15 men and three black SUVs were involved in the abduction.
A part time Uber driver has since been arrested and charged for allegedly extorting the missing pastor’s son for RM30,000 to secure his father’s release.