The whole event took less than a minute, and Koh has not been seen since.
Nearby closed circuit TV cameras captured video of masked men getting out of their cars and walking toward Koh.
A struggle appeared to take place in Koh’s car before all of the vehicles left the area.
Baju yang kedua pula sejenis gaun, ianya sangat seksi tanpa tali, di paras peha sahaja. Takkan saya nak merosakkan imej sendiri dengan berpakaian seksi hanya demi menjaga hati orang lain” “Saya ada juga pakai salah satu baju dia walau pun gaun itu hanya dengan lengan pendek paras bahu.
Apabila saya masuk bilik untuk mencuba baju ke-empat, dia terus balik bawa semua baju tanpa bercakap sepatah pun dengan saya.
The news shocked Malaysians, with the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Sikhs, and Taoists releasing a public statement that read, “News of [Koh’s] abduction have fanned fears across all religious divides in Malaysian society, as it is unprecedented for a man of faith to be abducted in this way in our peaceful, multicultural country.” Koh, 62, led an Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) congregation in Malaysia for 20 years before starting the ministry Harapan Komuniti in 2004.
The group helps single mothers, drug addicts, and people suffering from HIV/AIDS.
On Sunday, March 5, hundreds of Christians around Malaysia held candlelight vigils in solidarity with Koh’s family.
Holding candles and signs reading, “Where is Pastor Raymond?
In 2011, the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) raided a thanksgiving and fundraising dinner hosted by Harapan Komuniti at a Methodist church.
The religious police were concerned Koh was trying to proselytize 12 Muslim Malays who had attended the dinner, but they ended up dropping the case for lack of evidence.
” and, “Let Raymond go,” the people prayed for the pastor’s safe return.