The four suspects suspected believed to have murdered at least four people in Tapah were brought to court following the expiration of their remand order.

All four suspects were taken to the magistrate’s court in two separate police vehicles at around 8.20am today, The Star Online reported.

At 8.45am the suspects were then taken to the police headquarters for more reports to be lodged against them.

Soon after the reports were made, all four suspects were taken back to the court at 9.45am.

They will be remanded for another seven day beginning today until Nove12 for police to facilitate investigations.

The order was issued by Magistrate Nurul Nadia Abdul Razak.

On Oct 26, the police detained the two main suspects, together with the workshop owner's wife and another son, in connection with the murders of at least four people in Tapah.

The four were detained about 1.30pm, at a house in Jalan Pahang, following a missing persons report involving a 46-year-old male plantation worker and a property agent in Kampung Sungai Lah, Chenderiang near here on Aug 25.

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