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Valentine's Day robbery suspect nabbed
PETALING JAYA: Police have arrested the suspect over the savage attack on a woman at the Taman Mutiara MRT station in Cheras on Feb 14. [...]
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Maria Chin's son stabbed in botched robbery
PETALING JAYA: The son of Petaling Jaya MP Maria Chin has been stabbed in an attempted robbery. [...]
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Busted: Two businessmen who lodged false robbery report to avoid paying wages
SERDANG: Two men have been detained after one of them lodged a false report, claiming to have been robbed by the other. [...]
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Was Annuar Musa admitting BN committed ‘daylight robbery’ to stay in power? Kit Siang asks
Tan Sri Annuar Musa speaks to reporters at the Parliament lobby, November 28, 2018. — Picture by Miera Zulyana KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 ― DAP’s Lim Kit Siang suggested today that Tan Sri Annuar Musa admitted to the fact that Barisan Nasional had committed “daylight robbery’’ over the past to keep itself in power, after the Umno man lamented that the Opposition stood a slim chance of winning in polls.“Annuar was as good as admitting that Umno and Barisan Nasional had been committing daylight robbery to stay in power in Putrajaya, enabling them to continue to be ensconced in power in Putrajaya in total disregard of the democratic principle of ‘one man, one vote, one value’,” said Lim in a statement.Annuar, who is Umno secretary-general, had tweeted that Pakatan Harapan (PH) would be committing “daylight robbery” if it were to win the Cameron Highlands by-election, claiming the Opposition’s hands have been “tied”.He claimed the Election Commission’s new chairman is a political appointee, and government resources have now been made available to the new ruling coalition.Annuar was responding to Lim’s remarks in a “ceramah” at Kampong Orang Asli Simo Lama in Cameron Highlands, where the latter insisted that PH may pull off a “miracle” if it were to win in the by-election.Lim said today that Annuar was “shedding crocodile tears”, while relating an incident when he was trapped at the Orang Asli village on New Year’s Eve as proof that PH has not been abusing its powers and government resources.“A helicopter would have been summoned to fly me out of Kampong Orang Asli Simoi Lama, leaving the Semais to be cut off from the outside world ― in an era of information when information travels at the speed of light,” Lim said.The Iskandar Puteri MP insisted today that PH had achieved “miracle” in its election victory last year, and urged Cameron Highlands voters to produce another instance in the by-election this month. [...]
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Police detain suspect in robbery at Datuk’s house
KUANTAN: Police have detained a man, aged 27, to facilitate investigation on a robbery at a businessman’s house in Damansara here early this month.Kuantan district police chief ACP Mohamad Noor Yusof Ali said the suspect, who is a former employee of the businessman, was arrested at a house in Kampung Pandan 1 here at 11am yesterday.“The suspect tested positive for drug and police also seized a packet, believed to contain drug from him,” he told Bernama here today.Mohamad Noor said police had launch a manhunt for another suspect in the robbery.Yesterday, Bernama reported that a businessman with the title “Datuk” suffered losses of more than RM100,000 when his house was broken into by two men last Dec 6.The businessman, aged 31, also claimed the robbery suspects also damaged a Porsche car which was parked in the garage at the house.Based on the footage of a closed-circuit television camera at the premises, the victim claimed that his house was broken into on Dec 6, but he only realised the incident on Dec 19 when he returned to the house after being away in Kuala Lumpur on business for two months. — Bernama [...]
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Cristiano Ronaldo news: Lionel Messi snub, Real Madrid robbery rant, Arsenal want reunion
CRISTIANO RONALDO news is coming thick and fast. Express Sport brings you all the latest with Juventus, Lionel Messi, Real Madrid and Arsenal all featuring. [...]
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Kuchai Lama robbery: Four suspects have criminal records, says KL police chief
Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim speaks to reporters at the location of the armed robbery at a goldsmith shop in Kuchai Lama on Tuesday. ― Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 24 ― Four of the five suspected criminals who were killed at a shootout during an armed robbery at a goldsmith shop in Kuchai Lama on Tuesday have previous criminal records involving various offences, said Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim.He said the four suspects, aged 20 to 37, have criminal records including murder, robbery as well as offences under the Dangerous Drugs (Special Preventive Measures) Act 1985.“One of them, aged 20, was on the police most wanted list and his identity has been ascertained.“I will not disclose their names because the investigation is still ongoing as well as the detailed post-mortem process,” he told a media conference at the Sunway Putra Mall, here, in conjunction with a high profile policing programme.However, Mazlan said one of the gang members, aged 23, did have any previous criminal records.He said the investigation found three of the five suspects came from Teluk Panglima Garang in Kuala Langat, Selangor, while one from Lunas in Kedah and another from Ampang, Selangor.The police were still investigating whether all the suspects had been involved in any of the secret societies, he said.On Tuesday, five of the six criminals armed with axes, machetes and firearms robbed a goldsmith shop at a supermarket in Kuchai Lama here, were killed during a shootout with police.Meanwhile, commenting on a high-profile policing programme, Mazlan said it was an approach to attract the public to report any criminal cases to the police. ― Bernama [...]
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Five men, including maritime officer, charged with robbery at sea
KUANTAN: Five men, including a Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency officer, have been charged with stealing one tonne of squids in a gang robbery at sea. [...]
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Five nabbed over armed robbery at sea
Police said the robbers left the boat taking with them RM10,000 cash and its one-tonne catch. — Reuters KUANTAN, Oct 26 — A commander rank officer in an enforcement agency were among five people detained by the police in connection with a robbery on a Vietnamese fishing boat in the waters off Rompin near here on Wednesday.Rompin police chief DSP Azli Mohd Noor said the 30-year-old suspect, his two siblings as well as a 56-year-old man and his 20-year-old son were detained in Nenasi, Pekan near here on the same day.The main suspect’s elder brother, 31, is a teacher while their 28-year-old younger brother is a junior general assistant at an oil palm-related agency.“The five suspects, armed with a pistol, boarded the fishing boat and introduced themselves as enforcement personnel. The robbers left the boat taking with them RM10,000 cash and its one-tonne catch,” he said in a statement here today.Azli said the suspects had been remanded until October 30 to facilitate investigations under Section 395/397 of the Penal Code. — Bernama [...]
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