Oil Tanker ‘hijacked off Malaysia’
Officials at the Malaysian Navy says a Malaysian oil tanker carrying
900,000 liters of diesel have been kidnapped
and taken to Indonesian waters.
It was said that MT Fair Harmony sailing from the port of Tanjung Pelepas in Malaysia on Monday,
when it was seized.
Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) director tweeted
the picture that the ship was now thought to be off the Indonesian island of Batam.
Cargo reportedly worth about ringgit 1.57m ($ 392,795, £ 300,000).
Identity of the kidnappers is not yet known.
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