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Mum Woke Up Terrifyingly To Find Burglar Staring From End of Her Bed Before Saying “Sorry, Wrong House”

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Recently, a particular Scots mum was left extremely terrified when she woke up to a burglar standing at the bottom of her bed in the middle of the night. The mum who is named Sophia-Louise Crawford from Dunfermline, Scotland, said that she was jolted awake at 5 am by the feeling that someone was staring at her inside the home she shares with her family. She was horrified to spot a burglar in the doorway who simply said ‘sorry wrong house’ before fleeing.

Sophia-Louise Crawford who was in bed with her army husband at the time said she sleeps closest to the door and was terrified to see a guy standing there looking at her. She then said, ‘hello’ before she realized she didn’t know him and shouted: “what the hell” which woke her husband up. Kieran was woken by Sophia’s screams and then chased the intruder downstairs as his wife ran to check on their kids.

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The burglar had ransacked the children’s room and the cupboard doors were left open. The downstairs of their property was in a similar state and every room had been raided. Sophia-Louise Crawford said the thief made off with their children’s Xbox and iPad among several other items and they believe he had an accomplice who helped him remove items from the property before he entered their bedroom.

At the time of the break-in, Sophia-Louise Crawford and Kieran said all their doors were locked but went on to find a broken broom handle in their kitchen, which Kieran believes the intruder used to prise open their kitchen window.

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The family has been left shaken up by their terrifying ordeal as cops continue to hunt the person responsible and Sophia-Louise Crawford said, “My wee boy he’s so upset as he had his iPad stolen. He’s only four so he’s quite shaken up”. The culprit is described as being in his late twenties or early thirties with dark hair and around 5 ft 10.

The family is urging other homeowners to make sure their doors and windows are locked at night so any would-be thieves cannot gain entry.

Sources: The Sun

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Malaysian Ambassador To Lebanon Hands Over Letter of Appointment To President

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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 29 —  The new Malaysian Ambassador to Lebanon, Azri Mat Yacob, handed over the letter of appointment to the President of the Republic of Lebanon Michel Aoun in a ceremony, yesterday.

During a meeting with the President after handing over the letter, Azri underlined that he will continue to work to further strengthen existing bilateral relations, as well as strengthen cooperation at the international level and trade relations between the two countries.

According to a statement from the Malaysian Embassy in Lebanon sent to Bernama through Wisma Putra, Aoun welcomed the commitment and also expressed his hope that cooperation between the two countries could be further enhanced in the future.

“Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established in 1965 and since then, the two countries have established good and friendly relations.” said the statement.

The Malaysian Embassy in Beirut was opened in 2005 and a total of 850 officers and members of the Malaysian Battalion (MALBATT) were also in Southern Lebanon to maintain peace and carry out the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) mission.

Since 2007, the MALBATT team has been involved as one of the peacekeepers to enforce United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701.

Azri started his career as an Administrative and Diplomatic Officer and served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2001. Prior to his appointment as Malaysian Ambassador to Lebanon, he was the Secretary of the Communications and Public Diplomacy Division, Wisma Putra.

Sources: BERNAMA

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Number of Laid-Off Workers During MCO Among Focus In Parliament Wednesday

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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 29 — The number of individuals who lost their jobs since the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO) is one of the questions that will be raised at the Dewan Rakyat sitting today.

According to the Order of the Dewan Rakyat meeting for the day, the matter will be raised during the question and oral answer session by Su Keong Siong (PH-Kampar) to Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister.

Su also wanted to know steps taken by the government to help those who lost their jobs, especially in the tourism, hotels and the food and beverage (F&B) industry, to regain their jobs.

During the same session,  there will also be a question by Datuk Seri Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim (BN-Baling) to the Finance Minister on the i-Citra Employees Provident Fund (EPF) programme that was implemented in July 2021.

Apart from that, Chan Foong Hin (PH-Kota Kinabalu) will pose a question to  Senior Education Minister on the distribution of 150,000 units of laptops which were approved in the 2021 Budget, especially in Sabah.

Chan also wanted to know whether the ministry would increase the distribution of laptops to facilitate the implementation of the Home-based Teaching and Learning  (PdPR) programme during the COVID-19 pandemic period.

After the question and oral answer session ends, members of the house will continue with the debate on the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP) for the second day today.

On the first day of the debate yesterday, a total of 17 Members of Parliament (MPs) took part.

The 12MP was tabled by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob last Monday.

The current Dewan Rakyat sitting will be for 17 days until Oct 12.

Sources: BERNAMA

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Eight Flood Evacuation Centres Opened In Kedah

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ALOR SETAR, Sept 29 — Eight relief centres (PPS) have been opened in Kedah to accommodate  210 flood victims, comprising  66 families, in the Sik and Baling districts.

According to a statement by the Kedah Malaysian Civil Defence Force (APM), seven of the PPS are in Baling, while the PPS in Sik is at Sekolah Kebangsaan Gulau, which accommodates 61 people from 15 families.

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The PPS in Baling are at SK Tunku Putera, SK Siong, SK Bandar, SK Tanjung Pari, SK Bayu, SK Titi Gantung and Dewan Banggol Derom.

It said the situation in several areas in Yan and  Gurun (Kuala Muda), which were affected by the floods late yesterday, had returned to normal.

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Continuous heavy rain for several hours yesterday caused flooding in several areas in Sik, Kuala Muda, Yan and Baling.

Sources: BERNAMA

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