The body of a half naked man found in some bushes on the banks of a river in Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya yesterday afternoon is believed to be that of real estate agent Tang Yong Ching, aged 45, who was reported missing since Thursday last week.
Petaling Jaya Police Chief Assistant Commissioner Arjunaidi Mohamed said the body which had injury marks was recovered following the arrest of two suspects, both foreigners, believed to linked to the victim.
It is believed that the victim have been murdered based on the injury marks on the victim but the cause of death had yet to be established.
He added that the first suspect, aged 25, was nabbed on Saturday while the second suspect, a 20-year-old man who entered the country on a student visa but worked as a security guard in the Damansara area, was held yesterday.
A Toyota Innova MPV belonging to Tang was also recovered following information given by the second suspect.
Police believed Tang was killed over a business property deal involving other realtors after interrogating the two suspects.
The victim's body was sent to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a post-mortem.
The case has been classified as murder.
Tang was reported missing by his wife Ng Mooi Ning when he did not return home after leaving his house in Ara Damansara on July 5 to meet a client.