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Kuala Lumpur, CRIME CAPITAL of Malaysia?

25 July 2018




A security guard was asleep at that time and the closed-circuit television cameras were not functioning.

Armed robbers ransack Isa Samad’s home, two tied up

Bernama  |  Published:

A robbery took place early today at the residence of former Felda chairperson Mohd Isa Abdul Samad in Nilai, Negeri Sembilan.

Three men, believed to be foreigners, wearing masks and armed with machetes and knives, broke into the double-storey house in Nilai Springs Heights at 4.55 am and robbed the occupants of RM14,900 in cash and valuables, said Negeri Sembilan police chief Noor Azam Jamaluddin.

He said three adults and four children were at home when the robbers broke into the house, probably through a rear sliding window.

The intruders tied up two of the adults with telephone wire and covered them with blankets in the living room but they did not disturb the children who were fast asleep, he said in a media statement.

Noor Azam said a security guard was asleep at that time and the closed-circuit television cameras were not functioning.

— Bernama

29 October 2017


‘Datuk Seri’ beats up Rela men for not showing him respect

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KUALA LUMPUR: A man who identified himself as a “Datuk Seri” allegedly beat up three People’s Volunteer Corps (Rela) members for not showing him respect.

The incident took place at a temple in Ampang where a celebration was held on Friday (Oct 27) morning.

A Rela team was there to help monitor traffic in the area when the three members told the Datuk Seri that his car was blocking a road near the temple.

MCA Public Service and Complaints Department chairman Datuk Seri Michael Chong, who is Rela’s honorary deputy commissioner, said an altercation occurred after the Datuk Seri accused the Rela personnel of not showing him respect.

The injured are Ranbo Lee, 27, Jackie Leong, 21, and Melvin Cheong, 19.

Lee suffered bruises and swelling to his left eye in the attack. Leong was kicked in his body while Cheong was hit on the back of his head.


Police tell Datuk Seri in Rela assault case: Surrender or we’ll hunt you down


SHAH ALAM: “Surrender now or we will hunt you down.”

This was the warning by Selangor police to a Datuk Seri, who was recorded on CCTV beating up three members of the People’s Volunteer Corps (Rela) in Ampang on Friday.

State Criminal Investigation Department chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Fadzil Ahmat said police have launched an investigation into the case, which occurred at 6.30am near the Kau Ong Yah Temple.

The case, under Section 324 and Section 186 of the Penal Code, is being probed under causing hurt and obstructing public servants from discharging their duties.

Fadzil said they have identified the suspect as a 29-year-old man with a Datuk Seri title.

“We want the suspect to surrender himself now either at the Ampang district police headquarters, or any police station to facilitate investigation.

“Failure to do so will result in police bringing him in ourselves,” he said.

25 October 2017

Datuk’s son found dead with gunshot wound

SHAH ALAM: A jobless youth was found dead with a gunshot wound in a room at his father’s bungalow in Section 9 here yesterday.

A shotgun belonging to his father, a businessman who holds a Datuk title was found next to the 26-year-old man.

Shah Alam police chief ACP Shafien Mamat said the victim’s grandmother and a maid who were the only other occupants at home were taken aback when they heard a loud bang coming from the master bedroom at about 5.30pm.

He said they rushed over and found the victim covered in blood on the ground.

Shafien said the victim’s father has a firearm license and the shotgun belonged to him.

He said investigations revealed that the victim had been depressed in the past months.

Shafien said the case is classified as sudden death and the victim’s body was sent to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital, Klang for a post mortem.


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28 March 2017

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Umno division leader with ‘Datuk’ title claim trial to drug charge


Bakri Umno division vice-chief Mohamed Mustafa Abdul Kadir today pleaded not guilty to using methamphetamine in August last year.

Mohamed Mustafa, 57, has a “Datuk” title and was charged at the Ayer Keroh Magistrate Court today.

17 March 2017

Penang tycoon denies being under probe for tax evasion and corruption

PETALING JAYA: Penang tycoon Tan Sri Tan Kok Ping has once again denied that he is one of the businessmen being investigated for tax evasion and corruption.

He said he had given his statement to a local daily on Sunday to deny the allegations and affirm that he was not involved in the probe.

Tan also welcomed authorities to investigate him as he had done nothing wrong.

Last week, it was reported that the accounts and assets of two Tan Sris, worth hundreds of millions of ringgit, had been frozen.

The two were arrested following joint raids by the National Revenue Recovery Enforcement Team, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, the police and the Customs Department on separate occasions.

A third businessman with a ‘Datuk Seri’ title is also under investigation.

12 March 2017

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Two Tan Sris under probe for tax evasion, bribing authorities RM1m monthly

KUALA LUMPUR, March 12 ― The authorities have frozen the accounts and assets worth hundreds of millions of ringgit belonging to two businessmen with the “Tan Sri” title who are suspected of tax evasion and corruption.

One of the businessmen allegedly ran an illegal gambling syndicate throughout the country and nightclubs that opened past operating hours. The businessman allegedly gave bribes of more than RM1 million a month to enforcement officers from various agencies.

The other businessman allegedly used a proxy to buy Malay reserve land at a cheap price before selling it to the government for much higher when the government wanted the land for certain projects.

The two cases are reportedly still under investigation.

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10 March 2017

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Man shot dead in VIP’s house in Bandar Tun Hussein Onn

A forensics team carrying out investigations at the crime scene at Bandar Tun Hussein Onn in Cheras on Friday.

AJANG: A 39-year-old man was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head in a house in Bandar Tun Hussein Onn, Cheras here early Friday.

Police suspect that he was murdered at the three-storey house in Jalan Suakasih 2/2.

The man, who was from Jalan Ipoh and whose name is withheld by police, apparently came to the house just after midnight to meet a friend of a businessman.

The 54-year-old businessman claimed that he rushed upstairs when he heard a gunshot on the third floor at about 3am.

He said he found the man sprawled on the floor with a gunshot wound on his forehead and a revolver in his right hand.

The businessman then lodged a report at the nearest police station.

Kajang OCPD Asst Comm Othman Nanyan said initial investigations found that there could be foul play in the man’s death.

“His body was found on the third floor, which the businessman had used as a recreational area.

“We have also confiscated the weapon,” he said.

Thirteen people, ages between 59 and 30, including the businessman, his wife and maid, have been detained to assist in the investigations.



Fake cop charged with cheating ‘Datuk’ of RM1.14m

SHAH ALAM, March 10 — A man was charged at the Sessions Court here today with cheating another man with Datuk title, involving losses of RM1.14 million, by posing as a senior assistant commissioner of police about three years ago.

Madzamri Ismail, 47, from Bandar Sri Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, however, pleaded not guilty and claimed trial after the charge was read to him through a court interpreter before Judge Zamri Bakar.

Madzamri was alleged to have cheated Datuk Sarip Hamid, 70, into believing that he (the accused) was a senior assistant commissioner of police which prompted the victim to hand over cash of RM1.14 million to him.

The offence was allegedly committed between October 2, 2013 and May 7, 2014, at the TTDI Jaya here.

Madzamri, who was arrested on February 16 this year, was charged under Section 419 of the Penal Code, which carries a maximum jail term of seven years or fine, or both, if convicted.

The accused also pleaded not guilty to an alternative charge of pretending to hold the post of senior assistant commissioner of police to offer several projects to Sarip at the same time and place.


za.jpgMadzamri Ismail, 47, the accused

27 Jan 2017

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Ex-top GLC officer charged with CBT


KUALA LUMPUR: A former chief executive officer of a government-linked company (GLC) was charged in a Sessions Court here with five counts of criminal breach of trust (CBT) totalling RM2.575mil.

Datuk Nor Badli Munawir Mohamad Alias Lafti pleaded not guilty to using his position in TH Heavy Engineering Bhd (THHE), which is an associate company of Tabung Haji to commit CBT about four years ago through five cheques worth RM400,000, RM570,000, RM430,000, RM600,000 and RM575,800. According to the annual report, Tabung Haji is the single largest shareholder of THHE with 29.8% stake.

Nor Badli, 51, allegedly committed the offence at THHE Fabricators Sdn Bhd’s office at Level 23, Tower B, Menara UOA Bangsar, No. 5 Jalan Bangsar Utama 1, Bangsar here between April and October 2013.


30 Dec 2016



Two charged with kidnapping ‘Datuk’ for RM19mil ransom

KUANTAN: Two men have been charged with kidnapping a director of the Tunas Manja Group.

Low Sing Hwa, 29, and Tham Hock Ann, 36, were accused of working with three others, still at large, in the kidnapping of Datuk Chin Yoke Choon, 53, with the intention of getting a RM19mil ransom.

The offence was allegedly committed at the car park of Hotel Seri Manja Boutique in Bandar Indera Mahkota here at 5.55pm on Dec 26 last year.

No plea was recorded after the charge was read out in the magistrate’s court here.

The duo could be sentenced to death or imprisoned for life and caned if convicted.

They were also charged in the Sessions Court with being members of an organised criminal group called Geng William.

Two others — Choo Jia Lerk, 23, and Liew Chee Hwa, 29 — were also charged with consorting with Geng William.

23 Dec 2016


Bekas CEO Maju Perak Holdings Bhd Parah Ditetak


Datuk, wife slashed in own home

A former chief executive officer of Maju Perak Holdings Bhd, with the “Datuk” title, was seriously injured on the head when attacked by robbers in the compound of his house in Meru Heights here today.

Ipoh deputy police chief Supt Abdul Rani Alias said the victim’s wife, who is a former lecturer, also sustained slash wound on the hand in the incident which occurred at 3.30pm.


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Datuk seriously injured in Ipoh robbery attempt


IPOH: A man with a “Datuk” title was seriously injured when he was slashed during a robbery attempt at his home in Meru Heights here Thursday.

It is learned that the victim is in critical condition at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital.

The man’s daughter, who declined to be named, said she and her parents were about to go out and that the main gate was open when the incident occurred.

She said she went back inside to get something, and that’s when six parang-wielding men on motorcycles entered the porch.

“They slashed my father on the head, and when I tried to close the door to the house, they ran after me and managed to enter.

“In the house they slashed my mother on the hand, and kept asking for money and gold.

“However, because of our screams, they fled with our car and house keys,” she added.



13 Dec 2016

‘Datuk Seri’ businessman charged with hurting wife

KUALA LUMPUR: A businessman with the title “Datuk Seri” pleaded not guilty in the magistrate’s court here Tuesday to a charge of voluntarily causing hurt on his wife.

Datuk Seri Halim Mohd Ali, 51, was charged with committing the offence on Rosarita Saad, 36, by pulling her hair, punching and slapping her on the head and face in an area near RHB Bank, Taman Shamelin Perkasa, Cheras, here at 11.30pm last Nov 23.

He faces an imprisonment of up to two years, or fine of not more than RM4,000 or both, if found guilty.

Magistrate Ahmad Solihin Abd Wahid allowed Halim, who was unrepresented, bail of RM2,000 in one surety and set March 2 next year for mention.

What a tragedy!

Datuk Seri accidentally knocked down his beloved wife….

31 July 2016

KUANTAN: A 59-year-old Datuk Seri accidentally rammed his car into his wife while making a U-turn, causing her death.

It is learnt that he was making a detour after exiting the guard house at the Bukit Istana residential area, where they lived, and heading towards Kuantan town.

Just then, his 57-year-old wife was about to arrive home from shopping.

She was in another car with her son-in-law and when they reached the guard house, she spotted her husband’s Range Rover.

She asked to be dropped off and then made a dash for her husband’s car as she wanted a lift.

However, she was hit as the Datuk Seri could not avoid her in time.

The victim, who was flung away from the Range Rover, was bleeding from the nose and mouth as well as suffering from broken bones.

She was rushed to a nearby medical centre by her husband and son-in-law but died a few hours later.

Both the victim and her husband were managing directors of a mining company.

1 February 2016

Sekinchan assemblyman Ng Suee Lim lost RM20, 000

He left the envelope with RM20,000 on the left front passenger seat. And he has the nerve to say, “I am thankful in a way that I had left the envelope on the seat or else I may have been attacked and mugged if I had been holding on to it.’’



In the robbery near kwan, also rampant! Snow State Sekinchan District State Senator Wong ruilin also unfortunate to become victims of robbery.
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1 February 2016 | MYT 4:50 PM

Sekinchan rep loses RM20,000 to robbers

KLANG: Sekinchan assemblyman Ng Suee Lim lost RM20, 000 after robbers smashed his car’s left passenger seat window and grabbed the money.

According to Ng, the incident happened about Monday noon outside a bank in Kuala Selangor.

Relating the incident, Ng said he went to a bank there after finishing the Jom Shopping community programme at a hypermarket.

Ng said he had changed RM20,000 into new notes at the bank to pay his employees’ salaries.

He said the money was kept in an envelope and placed on the front passenger seat.

Ng said he then locked the car before going to the automatic teller machine (ATM) to make a withdrawal.

“I did not suspect that anything untoward would happen as my car’s windscreen and windows were tinted and not much of the inside can be seen,’’ he said.

Ng said when he came out from the ATM kiosk 10 minutes later, he found his car window smashed, and the envelope missing.

8 January 2016

Lawlessness prevails…


Robbers ransack DPM bodyguard’s house this time

Robbers ransack DPM bodyguard’s house this time

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Less than three weeks after his daughter’s house was burgled for the second time, misfortune hit another person close to Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, this time a policeman on his security detail.

As reported by English daily The Sun‘s online version earlier today, a group of machete-wielding robbers barged into the house of the deputy premier’s bodyguard in Bandar Bukit Mahkota at 9.30am yesterday.

While the police officer was not home, the robbers threatened his wife and children with their machetes, demanding money and valuables from them before ordering their victims to lay face down on the floor.

They seemed to know whose house they were robbing as the criminals also demanded that the wife hand over her husband’s weapon.

However, they left without his firearm as the bodyguard was on duty and had taken it with him at the time.

The perpetrators then ransacked the house seizing cash, jewellery and electronic devices worth nearly RM60,000, before fleeing the scene and reportedly continuing their crime spree in the housing area.

28 December 2015

28 December 2015 | MYT 7:33 PM

Johor Perhilitan director charged with alleged theft of rhino horn

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Wildlife Department (Perhilitan) director has been charged at the Sessions Court here for allegedly stealing an rhino horn belonging to the Royal Johor Museum.

Yusof Shariff, 46, pleaded not guilty to the charge and claimed trial in front of Sessions Court Judge Datuk Zainal Abidin Kamaruddin.

According to the charge sheet, the accused had allegedly taken a rhino’s horn that was placed in front of Bangunan Sultan Ibrahim here at around 2.30pm on Oct 19.

Justice Zainal then set bail at RM5,000 with one surety and ordered the accused surrender his passport to the Court.

He also ordered the accused to report to the Johor Jaya police station on the fifth of every month until the completion of the case.

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Pengarah PERHILITAN Johor hadapi tuduhan mengambil sumbu badak Muzium Diraja Johor

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26 December 2015

High ranking Govt officer surrenders for stealing priceless rhino horn

Johor Perhilitan director arrested for stealing ancient rhino horn

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Govt officer surrenders for stealing priceless rhino horn

JOHOR BARU: A remorseful high ranking government officer from the Department of Wildlife and National Parks of Johor surrendered himself at the Johor Baru Central police station on Christmas day over the theft of a priceless preserved rhinoceros’ horn artefact belonging to the Royal Abu Bakar Museum of Johor.

“The 46-year-old director who was transferred to Johor in August is alleged to have committed the act on Oct 19 when he was at the former Johor State Government office at Bukit Timbalan for a meeting.

“The 100-year-old odd horn, believed to be the result of a successful hunt of the royal family, was left to dry after preservation works on it, when it captured the eye of the director who coolly took it with him on his way back at 2.30pm,” he said.

He added that the director’s actions were captured by CCTV and he returned the horn through his chauffeur two days later in ‘mint condition’.

16 December 2015

Burglars steal from house of DPM’s daughter

Home of Malaysian DPM Ahmad Zahidi’s daughter burgled for 2nd time; RM25k items stolen

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House of DPM’s daughter burgled, for the second time

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The house of Nurulhidayah Ahmad Zahid in Country Heights, Kajang, has been burgled for the second time.

Nurulhidayah, 36, daughter of the Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, together with her husband and two domestic helpers were at home when the robbers entered the house.

According to the Oriental Daily News, after receiving a report at 10am yesterday, police sent officers and men, including forensic team, to Nurulhidayah’s house.

The report quoted Selangor CID chief Mohd Adnan Abdulah as confirming the case.

Adnan said Nurulhidayah’s family has lost about RM25,000 worth of personal belongings, including a laptop, five watches, a wedding ring and some jewelry.

Nurulhidayah’s house was also burgled in April last year, where among the items reported stolen were two watches and RM1,000 in cash.


Home of Zahid’s daughter struck by burglers

Bernama     Published 26 Apr 2014, 11:19 pm

Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today confirmed that the house of his eldest daughter, Nurul Hidayah, at Country Heights in Kajang near here, was burgled.
He, however, said there were no signs of a break-in.

“Yes (there was theft), items were missing, but the door was not broken, no broken windows either,” he told reporters after launching the Malaysian Community Crime Care (MCCC) in Kuala Lumpur.

Kajang police chief, ACP Abdul Rashid Abdul Wahab, when contacted by Bernama confirmed receiving a report on the incident and said among items reported stolen were two watches and RM1,000 cash.

Nurul Hidayah, 35, is the vice-president of the Public Relations Division of Syarikat Perumahan Negara Berhad and is also active in community service and politics.

12 December 2015

Borneo Post Online

Second wife of septuagenarian ‘Datuk’ hacked to death in Taiping home

IPOH: A woman, believed to be the second wife of a septuagenarian ‘Datuk’, was hacked to death by two suspected hired killers at a house in Taiping, about 80km from here last night.The victim, identified only as Habibon, 68, died on the spot during the attack about 7.30pm in the master-bedroom of their home in Taman Lake View.

She sustained slash wounds in the neck.

Earlier, the ‘Datuk’, identified only as Ikram, and Habibon had received a close female relative, aged 78, and her 57-year-old male worker at the house.

Declining to give the full identities of the Datuk and the deceased, Taiping police chief ACP Harith Kam Abdullah said: “As soon as the two guests entered the house, two masked men wearing full-visored helmets rushed into the house.

“One of the masked men tied up the victim’s husband with the female guest’s shawl while the other threatened the worker with a machete to the neck,” he told reporters here today.-Bernama

Second wife of Datuk found slashed to death in Taiping
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IPOH: Police have detained a man and a woman to assist in investigations into the murder of a Datuk’s second wife.
Taiping district police chief Assistant Commissioner Harith Kam Abdullah said the woman, 78, was a close relative of the 82-year-old Datuk.
“We are investigating the murder from the angle of family feud and robbery,” he said at Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun here today, where the 68-year-old victim’s remains were sent for a post mortem.
In the 7.30pm incident on Friday at Taman Lake View, Taiping, the man, 57, and woman had visited the Datuk and his second wife, who was a retired matron.
Kam said two other suspects, who were wearing full-faced helmets, also entered the Datuk’s house brandishing parang.
“After tying the Datuk’s hands and feet with a scarf, the suspects escorted the victim to the bedroom before escaping.”
“The victim was found dead by the male guest,” he added, adding that the cause of death was a slash wound to the neck.

10 December 2015


Ladder left outside bungalow costs businessman RM500,000
By NA’IMAH MOHAMED – 10 December 2015 @ 8:53 PM
SHAH ALAM: A ladder left outside a businessman’s bungalow cost him RM500,000 in losses when his house in Section 13, here, was robbed by four masked suspects armed with parangs early today.
In the incident, which happened at about 4am, four suspects, believed to be foreigners entered the upper floor of the 31-year old businessman’s house using the ladder which was left outside for renovation works.
It is understood that the suspects breached the master bedroom and tied up the victim, while his wife and two children aged three and six months old were locked up in another room.

Shafien said the victims were not injured and among the items stolen were luxury watches and jewellery.

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9 December 2015


9 December 2015

RM2.9mil in assets stolen from Datuk Seri’s home

PETALING JAYA: A man with a Datuk Seri title lost RM2.9mil worth of belongings, including 69 luxury watches and jewellery in an unlocked cupboard, when the house he rented was burgled.

He had just returned at about 4pm on Sunday after a two-day getaway when he noticed that the gate, front grille and sliding door had been pried open.

When he entered the house in Jalan Taming Kiri 5, Balakong, he found the place “ransacked and stuff scattered on the floor”.

The watches were of the Rolex, Franck Muller, Richard Mille, Corum, Panerai Luminor, Audemars Piguet, Cartier, Hermes and Patek Philippe brands.

The thieves also took nine mobile phones and RM70,000 in cash.

ACP Willey said the residential area was guarded but there were no closed-circuit TV cameras or alarm system installed in the house.

The victim was renting the premises, a corner-lot terrace house, because his home elsewhere was being renovated.

Polis Kenal Pasti Suspek Pecah Rumah Timbalan Menteri: PUTRAJAYA – Polis telah mengenal…

PUTRAJAYA – Polis telah mengenal pasti suspek dalam kes memecah masuk kediaman seorang timbalan menteri di Presint 10 di sini, Ahad lepas.

Ketua Polis Daerah Putrajaya, ACP Rosly Hassan berkata suspek warga Myanmar berumur 23 itu dikenal pasti melalui kesan cap jari pada balang kaca di dalam rumah berkenaan.

“Pemeriksaan menemui 15 kesan cap jari pada bekas makanan tersebut, namun analisis lanjut mendapati cap jari suspek lebih dominan dan masih baharu.

“Kesan cap jari itu sepadan dengan data peribadi suspek yang pernah ditahan Imigresen Pulau Pinang pada 2010 sebelum dihantar pulang ke negara asalnya,” katanya pada sidang media di Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Putrajaya di sini hari ini.

Dalam kejadian itu, mangsa yang menghuni rumah tersebut sejak Mac 2010 kehilangan komputer riba, jam tangan dan wang tunai dengan jumlah kerugian keseluruhan sebanyak RM28,300.

Kejadian dipercayai berlaku semasa timbalan menteri dan isterinya yang tinggal berdua di rumah itu berada di Kuching, Sarawak untuk tugasan rasmi dan hanya menyedari rumahnya dimasuki pencuri selepas kembali semula pada Ahad apabila mendapati tingkap belakang rumahnya diumpil.

Rosly berkata suspek yang pernah diusir kerana memasuki Malaysia tanpa dokumen sah itu dipercayai telah memasuki semula negara ini dan dikatakan berada di sekitar Putrajaya, Bangi, Sepang serta Banting dan gerakan memburunya telah digerakkan.

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Putrajaya, 12 Ogos- Polis telah mengenal pasti suspek dalam kes
memecah masuk kediaman seorang timbalan menteri di Presint 10 di sini, Ahad lepas.

Ketua Polis Daerah Putrajaya, ACP Rosly Hassan berkata suspek warga Myanmar berumur 23 itu dikenal pasti melalui kesan cap jari pada balang kaca di dalam rumah berkenaan.

“Pemeriksaan menemui 15 kesan cap jari pada bekas makanan tersebut, namun analisis lanjut mendapati cap jari suspek lebih dominan dan masih baharu.

“Kesan cap jari itu sepadan dengan data peribadi suspek yang pernah ditahan Imigresen Pulau Pinang pada 2010 sebelum dihantar pulang ke negara asalnya,” katanya pada sidang media di Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Putrajaya di sini hari ini.

Dalam kejadian itu, mangsa yang menghuni rumah tersebut sejak Mac 2010 kehilangan komputer riba, jam tangan dan wang tunai dengan jumlah kerugian keseluruhan sebanyak RM28,300.

Kejadian dipercayai berlaku semasa timbalan menteri dan isterinya yang tinggal berdua di rumah itu berada di Kuching, Sarawak untuk tugasan rasmi dan hanya menyedari rumahnya dimasuki pencuri selepas kembali semula pada Ahad apabila mendapati tingkap belakang rumahnya diumpil.

Rosly berkata suspek yang pernah diusir kerana memasuki Malaysia tanpa dokumen sah itu dipercayai telah memasuki semula negara ini dan dikatakan berada di sekitar Putrajaya, Bangi, Sepang serta Banting dan gerakan memburunya telah

Katanya kejadian itu juga dipercayai dilakukan lebih daripada seorang berdasarkan maklumat daripada penduduk yang mendakwa melihat sebuah kenderaan berlegar di hadapan rumah tersebut semasa hari kejadian.

Dalam pada itu, Rosly berkata secara amnya kawasan penempatan penduduk di Putrajaya adalah selamat dengan hanya 33 kes pecah rumah direkodkan tahun ini.

“Daripada kes yang direkodkan kebanyakan kejadian adalah disebabkan kecuaian tuan rumah, antaranya gemar meninggalkan kunci rumah di dalam pasu bunga dan kasut,” katanya.- BERNAMA

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Putrajaya, 12 Ogos- Police have identified the suspect in the case
broke into the home of a deputy minister in Precinct 10 here on Sunday.

Putrajaya district police chief, ACP Rosly Hassan said the suspects, aged 23 Myanmar nationals were identified through fingerprints on glass jar in the house.

“Inspection found 15 fingerprints on the food containers, but further analysis revealed that the fingerprint suspects more dominant and still new.

“The effect of the fingerprint matching personal data that a suspect had been detained Immigration Penang in 2010 before being sent back to their home country,” he said at a press conference in Putrajaya district police headquarters here today.

In the incident, the victim occupying the house since March 2010 lost laptops, watches and cash with a total overall loss of RM28,300.

The incidence is thought to occur during the deputy minister and his wife who lived together in a house that was in Kuching, Sarawak for official duties and only realized her house was broken into after returning on Sunday to find that his house Leverage rear window.

Rosly said the suspects had been expelled for entering Malaysia without valid documents is believed to have reentered the country and is said to be around Putrajaya, Bangi, Sepang and Banting and the chase was

He said the incident is believed to be carried over from one based on information from residents who claimed to see a hovering vehicle in front of the house during the incident.

In the meantime, Rosly said generally populated areas in Putrajaya is safe with only 33 cases of housebreaking were recorded this year.

“Of the cases recorded most of the incident is due to the negligence of the host, which likes to leave the house key in a vase of flowers and shoes,” he added BERNAMA

Isn’t it interesting that the Star won’t name the major GLC?

Note: It occurred in a guarded residential area. The robbers managed to enter the premises from a nearby forest.

A source told The Star that two auxiliary policemen who responded to the alarm were tied with cables by the suspects. They are said to have guns inside their jackets.


Wednesday May 27, 2015 MYT 11:12:12 PM

Major GLC chief’s house robbed, over half a million Ringgit in loot taken

PETALING JAYA: A break-in occurred at the house of a major government-linked company’s president, as up to 15 armed men carted away luxury items such as watches and jewellery worth more than RM600,000 on Wednesday.

The 54-year-old man was in the master bedroom when the alarm at his residence in Taman Tun Abdul Razak, Kuala Lumpur went off at about 4.50am.

It prompted the man to check the closed-circuit television camera where he saw three men already in his house.

Shaken by the discovery, the victim locked his bedroom door but the robbers broke it down and got in.

One of the suspects held a parang to the victim’s neck and demanded he show where his valuables were kept.

Brickfields police chief Asst Comm Muhammad Azlee Abdullah said the suspect told the victim to keep quiet if he did not wish to be harmed.

“They instructed him in Bahasa Indonesia. They fled as soon as they got what they wanted,” he said.

How do you know whether someone is really a Datuk Seri or Datuk?

Kuala Lumpur deputy police chief DCP Datuk Law Hong Soon, “Checks on their titles also revealed they were fake.”

Malay Mail Online

KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 — A ‘Datuk Seri’ and  ’Datuk’ are alleged to have cheated 126 people into selling their luxury vehicles to them after claiming they are from a reputable company dealing in used cars.

The duo, who introduce themselves as the chief executive officer and chairman of AX Motor, respectively, preyed on people selling their cars through popular online portal

Kuala Lumpur deputy police chief DCP Datuk Law Hong Soon said they would introduce themselves as bosses of a company registered to carry out the selling and buying of used cars.

“Besides offering higher prices, they would offer to pay the outstanding hire purchase instalments to the banks and assist the sellers to change the vehicle ownership with the Road Transport Department,” he said.

Law said the duo would also convince their victims by providing documentation like the bill of sales and undertaking letters stating the company would be liable for all transactions.

“The victims would only realise they were cheated when they still received calls from their banks to pay their instalments,” he said.

– See more at:

By HANI SHAMIRA SHAHRUDIN – Monday, April 27, 2015 – 07:52

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Datuk’s son dies at Gunung Nuang

KUALA LUMPUR: A son of a ‘Datuk’ died after suffering from breathing difficulties at Gunung Nuang, Hulu Langat, yesterday.

Selangor Fire and Rescue Department operations assistant director Mohd Sani Harul said the department were notified of the 32-year-old man who fainted after experiencing breathing difficulties in the area at about 10.30am yesterday.

“By 9.05pm, the victim was successfully brought down to a safer ground. However, he was pronounced dead at the scene,” he said.

Look at the greed: One victim thought she had secured a sweet deal for three houses!

Malay Mail Online

PR1MA scam victims face police probe

By Ushar Daniele

PETALING JAYA, April 16 — Police are investigating a group of housebuyers, including the rich and influential who were duped into purchasing 1Malaysia People’s Housing Scheme (PR1MA) homes despite not qualifying for the homes.

Selangor police chief Datuk Abdul Samah Mat said police would find out the background of the 38 victims.

“Initial investigations revealed many were not eligible for the scheme,” he said.

He declined to elaborate on the action that would be taken against them, saying police were still investigating.

“Our focus is to track down the suspects to ensure others do not fall prey,” he said.

– See more at:

Yes, they knew that they were too rich to be entitled to 1Malaysia People’s Housing Scheme (PR1MA). Still, it didn’t stop them, a Datin and her 20 ‘friends’, from allowing their greed to get away with them.

Some smart con women took advantage of their greed and cheated them.

Malay Mail Online

VIPs duped in PR1MA housing scam

By Ushar Daniele


PETALING JAYA, April 15 — Scores of individuals, including the rich and influential, who sought to buy houses they were not entitled to, have lost substantial sums of money to four women claiming to be agents of the 1Malaysia People’s Housing Scheme (PR1MA).

Many of the victims already own houses and are aware they are not eligible to buy the  medium— and low-cost properties under the PR1MA housing scheme meant only for first-time buyers.

One of them, a Datin, told Malay Mail she and several other buyers only realised they were cheated when they could not find their “dream” homes during a site visit.

“We paid between RM2,500 and RM7,000 to a group of women but when we went to the site in Taman Cempaka, Ampang, we found out there were already houses in the area which were occupied,” she said.

“We asked the residents and were told there is no empty land in the area.”

In her statement to the police, the Datin said the group had given her two briefings on “shortcuts” to obtain the houses.

The group first approached her on Sept 5 last year and offered an easy way to obtain a PR1MA house in a booming urban neighbourhood.

She was told that although she did not qualify for a house under the scheme, she would be able to obtain one through the “back door” as the group was selling units under a “director’s quota” through a private company.

After meeting the four women twice, the Datin made two payments — RM5,000 on Sept 21 and RM2,000 the next day.

– See more at:

Datuk loses RM500k in robbery at Taman Jesselton

Penang ‘Datuk’ robbed of $114,000 after being tied up with handphone charger wire

A prominent businessman, his daughter and two maids were tied up by four knife-wielding burglars who subsequently escaped with RM300,000 (S$114,000) and branded wristwatches, totalling about RM500,000 from their home in Taman Jesselton in George Town, Penang.Acting George Town OCPD Supt Abdul Rahman Ahmad said the burglars broke into the house via the backdoor and tied up the businessman’s daughter and two maids with handphone charger wires at 3.20am Saturday.“The 56-year-old businessman was unaware that his house had been broken into until he heard someone knocking at the door of his study,” said Mr Abdul Rahman.”He opened the door and saw his daughter and maids tied up.“He was also tied up and told not to resist, but follow instructions. He was then told to open the safe box where the cash was kept.“They took the cash and also escaped with a variety of wristwatches including two Rolex and two Hublot, and a handphone.”

Malay Mail Online

Datuk loses RM500k in robbery at Taman Jesselton

Published: February 14, 2015 08:23 PM

GEORGE TOWN, Feb 14 — A real estate company manager with the title “Datuk” lost almost RM500,000 in a robbery at his two-storey bungalow in Taman Jesselton here today.

A police spokesman said in the 3.20am robbery, four robbers, believed to be Indonesians, broke into the house by prising open the back door and went into a room occupied by two maids, before waking up the manager’s son, who was in another room.

“The three victims were then tied and hurled into the Datuk’s room, where the robbers, armed with a knife, then forced the Datuk to open a safe box containing about RM300,000,” he said when contacted here.

He said the robbers, who wore face masks and gloves, also ransacked the room and took five branded watches and a handphone, worth RM200,000, before fleeing the scene.


Sunday January 4, 2015 MYT 7:06:33 AM

Datuk may hire bodyguard after shooting

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Athletics Federation vice-president who was shot twice in the leg on New Year’s Eve is considering hiring a bodyguard following the incident.

“I may get a bodyguard. I am not scared, but I might develop a phobia,” said Datuk Noorul Ariffin Abdul Majid when met at the University Malaya Medical Centre.

Shooting of MAF VP: Let police do their work -Khairy

Posted on January 2, 2015, Friday

RANTAU PANJANG: The Youth and Sports Ministry will let the police fully investigate the shooting of Malaysian Athletics Federation (MAF) vice-president (VP) Datuk Noorul Ariffin Abdul Majid and not make assumptions regarding the motive, said its minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

“For now we do not know (why he was shot), we cannot suspect anyone although I admit MAF can be a political minefield,” he told Bernama after handing over flood aid to members of the Siamese community in Kampung Teresek here today.

In the 10pm incident on Wednesday, Noorul Ariffin, a former national hurdler, was shot twice in his right leg in a drive-by shooting in front of his house in Bandar Rahman Putra Sungai Buloh, when he got down from his car after performing prayers at a nearby surau.

He has been hospitalised at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre in Petaling Jaya.

Shooting of MAF VP: Let police do their work -Khairy

Datuk Noorul Ariffin Abdul Majid survives New Year Eve’s assassination attempt



Naib Presiden KOAM cedera ditembak

SUNGAI BULOH: Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union (KOAM) vice-president Datuk Noorul Ariffin Abdul Majid was shot in front of his house in Bandar Rahman Putra, Sungai Buloh, last night.

In the 10pm incident, two men on a motorcycle approached the victim as soon as he returned from a nearby surau.

The men had shot at him four times but only two of the bullets hit Ariffin. He was later taken to the Sungai Buloh hospital by family members.


Thursday January 1, 2015 MYT 8:31:05 AM

Datuk survives New Year Eve’s assassination attempt

PETALING JAYA: A Datuk suffered injuries to his leg after he was shot in a drive-by shooting at Bandar Rahman Putra, Sungai Buloh here.

It is learnt that the 49-year-old Datuk was at his house in Bandar Rahman Putra when two men on a motorcycle attempted to assassinate him at around 10pm Wednesday.

Interviews with his neighbours revealed that they heard about four to five gunshots being fired in the residential area around that time.

It is believed that the perpetrators fled the scene after the Datuk’s daughter, who allegedly witnessed the incident, started screaming for help.

Sources said two bullets were lodged in the Datuk’s leg. There were also two marks of gunshot on his car.

He was sent to Hospital Sungai Buloh for treatment.

Wow kayanya adik menteri mat maslan…

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Kuala Lumpur Post

Adik Ahmad Maslan terselamat


Alor Gajah – Adik lelaki kepada Timbalan Menteri Kewangan Datuk Ahmad Maslan, Rahim Maslan, 42, terselamat selepas kereta dipandunya terbabit dalam kemalangan di Kilometer 202.1, Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan arah selatan di sini, kelmarin.

Dalam kejadian jam 4.30 petang, kereta jenis Bentley dipandu Rahim dipercayai hilang kawalan selepas cuba mengelak lopak air dalam hujan lebat sebelum kenderaan itu berpusing beberapa kali.
Rahim berkata, dia dalam perjalanan pulang ke Pontian, Johor selepas menghantar abangnya di Putrajaya sebelum terbabit kemalangan.

“Ketika tiba di tempat kejadian, hujan lebat sebelum saya nampak kenderaan di hadapan cuba mengubah haluan ke kiri lalu saya mengelak ke kanan, tetapi malangnya tanpa disedari terdapat lopak air di hadapan.
“Saya cuba menekan brek menyebabkan kereta terus berpusing lalu merempuh besi penghadang tengah dan terseret sebelum terhenti melintang di lorong kanan,” katanya.

House of Datuk businessman shot at in Ampang

KUALA LUMPUR: A Datuk businessman, who was asleep in a double-storey house in Taman Pandan Mewah here was rudely awakened by the sound of gunshots fired from outside his house at about 5.47am Monday.

Ampang police chief ACP Khairuldin Saad said investigations showed that the windows were shattered believed by shots fired by someone on a motorcycle wearing a black jacket and a full face helmet.

“The suspect is believed to have fired from the roadside, about 20 metres away, however there were no casualties reported.

“According to a Myanmar security guard on duty at a security post near the victim’s house, two shots were fired,” he said.





When the Datuk went to Langkawi to play, the maid and her accomplices came out to steal. RM60,000 worth of cash, valuables and gadgets!


ALOR STAR: Police arrested a VIP’s maid for allegedly conspiring with two men who broke into her employer’s home and made off with RM60,000 worth of cash, valuables and gadgets.

Kedah police chief Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim said initial investigation showed that the maid had passed the duplicated set of the house keys to the suspects, when her employer was on vacation in Langkawi on Sunday.

“Initial investigation showed that the suspects had been to the house before to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) at the VIP’s home in Jalan Pumpong here.

“The maid had apparently passed the duplicated keys to the suspects before her employer left for Langkawi,” he said in a press conference at the state police contingent headquarters today.‎

‎It is learnt that the maid was at the house when the burglary took place.

Police are looking for Amirul Abd Rashid, 28, from Alor Merah..


11 August 2014



The home of a businessman, a Tan Sri,  on Jalan Setiarasa, Bukit Damansara, was ransacked on Friday night.

Burglars broke into the house through a bathroom window on the upper floor of the house carted away jewellery and foreign currency amounting to RM150,000.


Also on Friday at Taman Tun Dr Ismail, a member of the Perak royalty, returned home at 11pm and saw two figures moving about in the living room of his house. They wore baseball bats and gloves. When police arrived, they were gone.

The family lost three passports, and several important documents. The men also stole cash, four luxury watches, branded handbags and jewellery worth hundreds of thousands of ringgit.

theSundaily, Homes of two VIPs broken into





MACHANG: The mother of former Machang member of parliament Datuk Sazmi Miah was abducted and robbed of jewellery worth RM30,000 to RM40,000 by four men this afternoon.

Sazmi said his mother Khadijah Abdul Rahman, 83, was injured on the nose and head after she was believed to have been punched by her abductors in the incident.

“During the incident at 12.30 pm, my mother was in the house when a man turned up pretending to ask for directions,” he said when met at his house in Kampong Banggol Judah here.

He said the man dragged his mother into a waiting car with three men inside and drove off towards Pasir Puteh.

“When they reached Kampung Chenggal Pulas bordering Machang-Pasir Puteh, they dropped my mother off and she was forced to hitch a ride home on a lorry,” he said.

He said the men had robbed his mother of jewellery such a

Ex-Machang MP’s mother abducted, robbed

Datuk Sazmi Miah
Independent Non-Executive Director, Member of Nomination Committee, Member of Remuneration Committee and Member of Audit Committee, TSR Capital Berhad

Career: 2004-08 Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Malaysia.

Political Experience: Member Of Parliament P029 Machang, Kelantan from 2004 -2008, Umno Youth Chief Machang, Kelantan from 2001 to 2008, Vice Chairman Umno Youth Economic Bureau of Malaysia from 2004 to 2008, Umno Youth Exco Malaysia from 2004 to 2009.

Sazmi Bin Miah – Businessweek




Wednesday July 23, 2014 MYT 2:44:01 PM

Cop, unemployed man charged with wrongful confinement of Datuk

Lans Corporal Muhammad Al Mubarak Zulkifli, 26 and Rizal Affandi Shafiee, 35, with several others who had already been charged and still at large, were accused of wrongful confinement of Datuk Goh Soo Wee, 33, to obtain the ransom.

Lans Kpl Muhammad and Rizal allegedly committed the offence at Hyundai One Marketing Sdn Bhd in Jalan Chan Sow Lin here at about 6.17pm on June 26.

The respected Datuk was confined at Hyundai One Marketing Sdn Bhd in Jalan Chan Sow Lin, KL.

Was this the place?

The evening view of our New 3 S Showroom in Jalan Chan Sow Lin, KL.



16 July 2014

ANOTHER BIG SHOT GOT ROBBED. He lived in the Tropicana Golf Resort. That place is described as:

Exclusive, secure and all-inclusive…this is the luxurious township of Tropicana Golf & Country Resort. Located in the prime suburb of Petaling Jaya, the 625-acre (253-hectare) gated community is home to thousands of residents who favour the convenience and comfort of resort facilities right on their doorstep.



These 2 robbers woke up this architect, wife and children in their bungalow in Tropicana Golf Resort in Damansara. What did they get away with? Cash, electronics, jewellery and luxury watches worth RM70,000.

Star, Two armed robbers break into bungalow in Tropicana Golf Resort


Datuk Yusof Haslam was dubbed “The 6 Million Dollar Man” because his film Sembilu II became the first Malaysian movie to gross over RM6 million.

Yusof Haslam is a producer and actor, known for Gerak Khas the Movie (2001), Sembilu (1994) and Bara (1999). Conferred the honorary title of Datuk by the Malaysian government in 2001.



KUALA LUMPUR: Film director Datuk Yusof Haslam fired several warning shots when his house was broken into by robbers early morning today.

The incident happened about 2.30am at his house in Taman Melawati, here.

It is learnt that Yusof was watching television when he heard her domestic helper’s scream at the house’s ground floor.

Ampang police chief Assistant Commissioner Khairuldin Saad said Yusof then reached for his firearm before firing several warning shots, causing the robbers, which number is yet to be known, to flee the scene.


This is the man who said that GST doesn’t burden the people!


Friday June 27, 2014 MYT 9:52:46 PM

Sabah Customs director’s house burgled

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Customs director Datuk Dr Janathan Kandok suffered losses of about RM70,000, including a departmental vehicle, when his house in Taman Ujana Kingfisher, here was burgled early Friday.

During the incident, Janathan and his family were sleeping. His maid discovered the burglary at about 3am.

Janathan then lodged a report at the Inanam police station at about 7.50am.

Among the items that were stolen was a Proton Inspira car, a laptop computer, and an iPad.


GST Does Not Burden the People: Dato’ Dr. Janathan

KASTAMWEDNESDAY, 26 FEBRUARY – Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) continues to carry out its role as an educational institution in making room for knowledge sharing as a value added service to its campus community.
Recently, through collaboration with the Centre for Industry Relations (PHI), Student Affairs and Alumni Department (HEP) and the State Customs Department had organised a Community Network Lecture Series on Goods and Services Tax (GST) which will be implemented on 1 April 2015.
According to the Director of Customs Department Malaysia Sabah, Dato’ Dr. Janathan Kandok, the GST would not be a burden as the chargeable tax is only 6% compared to the existing tax system.
“It’s important for people to know that GST is not added tax, rather it is a tax that replaces the Sales and Services Tax System (SST),” he said.


His daughter’s house was burgled!


SEGERA: Bekas Pemandu Anak Menteri Dalam Negeri Disyaki Mencuri

SEGERA: Bekas Pemandu Anak Menteri Dalam Negeri Disyaki Mencuri

Kajang – Pemandu kepada anak Menteri Dalam Negeri, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Nurul Hidayah dipercayai mencuri wang tunai RM1,000 dan dua jam tangan serta beberapa barangan peribadi di kediamannya di Jalan Pelangi Pagi, Country Height, di sini, pagi tadi.


Saturday April 26, 2014 MYT 10:10:20 PM

Home of Zahid Hamidi’s daughter burgled, former driver suspect

KUALA LUMPUR: The house of the daughter of Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was allegedly broken into by her former driver on Saturday.

Nurul Hidayah told police she suspected that it was the driver who entered her Country Heights home using a key that he had while under her employment.

The suspect is believed to have rumaged through the house before making off with two watches and RM1,000.

Malaysian Insider

Felda Semenchu wanita Umno chief robbed and killed—Bernama

February 28, 2014

Felda Semenchu wanita Umno branch chief, Zalifah Jalamaluddin was found dead, believed to be robbed and killed in her house at Block 2, Felda Semenchu, today.

Kota Tinggi district police chief, Supt Rahmat Othman said the body of Zalifah, 68, was found by her son who came to her house at about 12.20pm.

“The victim’s son, in his 40’s, found the kitchen door opened and the house ransacked, before discovering his mother lying unconscious in the bedroom,” he said.

Rahmat said the body was sent to Sultan Ismail Hospital, Johor Baharu.



Datuk Shahiruddin Ab Moin, state cooperatives, entrepreneurship and consumerism committee chairman, and Dong assemblyman, was visiting his constituency with his family.


Saturday February 22, 2014 MYT 10:19:17 PM

Burglary at Pahang executive councillor’s house

KUANTAN: Burglars broke into the house of state executive councillor Datuk Shahiruddin Ab Moin in Jalan Medan Tok Sira here and carted away goods worth about RM10,000 on Saturday.

..the son saw the kitchen door ajar while the roof tiles were ripped off.

“He also found household items scattered in all the rooms while a 60-inch LCD television in the living room and a video player in his bedroom were missing,” Mohd Jasmani told Bernama.

The son, who is studying at a private college, lodged a report at about 5am.



Kuala Lumpur: 2 foreign maids, an Indonesian and a Vietnamese, took off with RM120,000 in loot when their Big Boss, a Dauk (not named) was overseas.

To avoid the security guard, they tied a few blankets together to form a rope and escaped through a window.

Big Boss came home and discovered his maids, and the ‘stuff’ missing.




29 January 2014| last updated at 02:53PM

Politician’s house burgled, five nabbed

MALACCA: Five suspects, aged between 20 and 41 years old, were arrested two hours after the house of state Gerakan chairman, Datuk Lee Ah Fatt, was broken into.

The incident occured at 6.50am in Bukit Baru.

Five suspects were arrested following break-in at Malacca Gerakan chairman, Datuk Lee Ah Fatt’s house. — NSTP/Rasul Azli Samad

Bukit Baru.

Police conduction checks at Malacca Gerakan chairman, Datuk Lee Ah Fatt’s house following a break-in. — NSTP/Rasul Azli Sam
Read more: Politician’s house burgled, five nabbed – Latest – New Straits Times




Thieves fail in break-in at home of Deputy Home Minister Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar!

This is the mansion!

Dr Wan Junaidi’s home along Green Lane in Kuching. — Bernama

Dr Wan Junaidi’s home along Green Lane in Kuching. — Bernama

Bid to burgle home foiled


Tuesday December 24, 2013 MYT 11:33:20 AM

Break-in attempt at Wan Junaidi’s house in Kuching, alarm foils burglars

KUCHING: Thieves attempting to break into the house of Deputy Home Minister Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar early Tuesday were foiled when the alarm tripped, alerting policemen at the guard post.

The deputy minister and his family were on holiday at the time of the incident.

Two policemen and three Rela Corp members manning the post of Dr Wan Junaidi’s house at Jalan Tengah, off Green Road here, heard the alarm go off around 3.15am.

“When they went to check the house, two suspects were seen fleeing the scene on foot through the front road. They tried to chase but failed to catch the suspects.

Break-in attempt at Wan Junaidi’s house in Kuching, alarm foils burglars

Some people are relieved that robbers often know who to rob..


Duo rob Sarawak assistant minister of vehicle

Two men robbed a Sarawak assistant minister of his four-wheel-drive vehicle in Kota Sentosa near Kuching today, a police spokesperson said.

He said the men, one of whom was masked and both were armed with knives, pounced on Liwan Lagang, the assistant minister of culture and heritage, as he was alighting from the vehicle to buy a newspaper at 6.10am.

The trio were involved in a struggle and Liwan was injured in the right thigh and right knee, he said.

The spokesperson said the men fled in Liwan’s Toyota Fortuner vehicle bearing registration number QAT 6558.

Duo rob Sarawak assistant minister of vehicle


26 August 2013| last updated at 07:11PM

Men arrested for extorting money at Home Minister’s Raya Open House

IPOH: Police have arrested two men in Teluk Intan today for allegedly extorting money during the Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi Hari Raya open house recently.

Perak Criminal Investigation Department chief Datuk Mohd Dzuraidi Ibrahim said the suspects in their 30s, will be remanded until tomorrow to facilitate investigation under Section 385 of the Penal Code.

“Initial investigation revealed that the suspects were asking for a RM50 duit raya from one of the minister’s aid and were not asking for protection money,” he told reporters here today.


Zahid’s open house not spared of gangster scourge

When it comes to crime, it appears even being the home minister provides no immunity from becoming a victim.

Home Minister Zahid Hamidi told to a forum this morning that gangsters went to his open house in Bagan Datoh yesterday to ask the organisers for protection money.

“On land owned by my organisation, there were gangsters asking for protection money from the organiser. In the home minister’s constituency!” he said, sounding indignant and drawing laughter from the audience.

Zahid was delivering his opening address at a forum on crime prevention today, addressing some 200 law enforcement officers and representatives from anti-crime NGOs.

“The underworld is sometimes more powerful than the police and the existing economic system.

“We shall not allow underworld activities to happen again. The existing systems must be respected,” said the minister, who is in charge of the police force.

Zahid’s open house not spared of gangster scourge


Burglars break into Isa Samad’s house
1:36PM Aug 23, 2013

The house of Felda chairperson Mohd Isa Abdul Samad was broken into early this morning.

According to Sin Chew Daily, the break-in took place at his residence in Nilai Spring in Seremban, Negri Sembilan.

The report said four parang-wielding men broke into the house at around 4am.

There were six people in the house when the break-in happened, including two auxiliary police officers.

All six occupants were subdued by the burglars, who proceeded to rob the house.

Burglars break into Isa Samad’s house


Wednesday July 24, 2013 MYT 9:17:25 PM

Senior cop’s daughter robbed in smash and grab

KUALA LUMPUR: The daughter of Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Amiruddin Jamaluddin fell prey to a smash and grab incident at Setapak Jaya on Wednesday.

City deputy CID chief Asst Comm Khairi Ahrasa confirmed Sentul police had received a report from the 34-year-old daugther of ACP Amiruddin.

ACP Khairi said the woman, who is self-employed, was robbed when she stopped her car at a traffic light junction at 10.05am in Setapak Jaya.

“The two men who approached her vehicle on a motorcycle then smashed the window on her front passenger seat and grabbed her handbag that was on the seat,” he said.


Home of former Malacca exco broken into


Home of former Malacca exco broken into

July 21, 2013

The home of former Malacca state exco Datuk Ab Karim Sulaiman in Sungai Udang was broken into early this morning while he was busy campaigning for Barisan Nasional (BN) in Terengganu ahead of the Kuala Besut by-election.

Ab Karim, a former state public works and amenities committee chairman and Tanjung Bidara state assemblyman, suffered losses amounting to about RM5,000.

His son-in-law, Amir Ariffin, 37, said when he returned to the house at 11.30am today, a 43-inch TV, home theatre set and some clothing were missing.

Amir, who works in the Malacca Chief Minister’s office, said there was an attempt to rob the house two months ago.




These robbers robbed the WRONG VERY BIG SHOT!

Malaysian Insider

Tan Sri still shaken after fatal showdown with robbers

By Lee Shi-Ian
July 05, 2013

Tan Sri Lim Sing. Pic courtesy of ACCCIM website.Tan Sri Lim Sing @ Lam Kam Sang has never had a reason to use his weapon in the more than 20 years he has had a gun licence – until last night in Kuala Lumpur.

The timber tycoon from Pahang shot dead an armed robber in a clinic at Taman Pertama in Cheras.

He was still shaken hours after that, when he spoke to The Malaysian Insider. “This was the first time I was forced to use my gun. It’s not a nice feeling.”

Lim, 68, who is also the MCA Raub division chief, told The Malaysian Insider that he had pointed his Glock at the robbers but one of them, armed with a parang, still attempted to slash him.

“I managed to avoid the blow but he tried to slash me again. I didn’t think twice and fired several shots at him,” said Lim, who is also the president of the Pahang Associated Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Tan Sri still shaken after fatal showdown with robbers



Friday July 5, 2013 MYT 4:32:13 PM

Tan Sri shoots parang-wielding robber dead at clinic in Cheras

KUALA LUMPUR: A Tan Sri undergoing a medical check up at a clinic in Cheras shot dead a parang-wielding man who had tried to slash him during a botched robbery attempt late Thursday.

During the 10pm incident, three men barged into the clinic and demanded that everyone in the clinic hand over their valuables and cash.

When one of the robbers pointed a parang at the Tan Sri, who is in his 50s and from Pahang, he produced a gun and told the suspects to leave or he would shoot.

Instead, the robbers, ticked off at the sight of the firearm, lunged and attacked the Tan Sri, who then fired multiple shots, killing one of them.

Cheras OCPD Assistant Commissoner of Police (ACP) Mohan Singh said the men then fled the clinic located at Jalan 2/90 in Taman Pertama.

“We found one of them dead some 30m away, with gunshots in his knee, stomach and buttocks.”

Tan Sri shoots parang-wielding robber dead at clinic in Cheras


Malaysia Chronicle

Friday, 05 July 2013 14:57

A week after the KJ break-in, Tan Sri shoots dead robber at clinic: WHAT IS NAJIB DOING?


Written by Maria Begum, Malaysia Chronicle

PETALING JAYA – Despite being in London for a working visit, Prime Minister Najib Razak is likely to feel the heat from home after a fatal robbery attempt involving a Tan Sri in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.

Already under pressure for not doing enough to fight crime, the Najib administration will find it tough to face up to criticism, especially since it has barely been a week since Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin’s house was broken into.

“The people have already rejected the excuse given by Najib and the BN government that crime is not on the rise but merely a perception stirred up by the Opposition. A good example is Khairy’s brush with theft last week. Now he – the Umno youth chief – admits that crime is not a perception. My own son’s home in Bukit Damansara was also broken into. In Cheras and many other urban areas in the Klang Valley, in Johor Bahru, people are afraid to even dine out. Eateries have to hire security guards armed with shot-guns to protect their patrons,” PKR vice president Chua Jui Meng told Malaysia Chronicle.

“If you read the Chinese papers, you would have a better picture of what’s going on because they give more details but the English and Malay press will censor to help build a rosy image for Najib and BN. It is time for the police to stop complying with BN’s wishes and focus on doing what the people want – which is a safe, crime-free environment to live in and to raise their kids. It is also time for Najib and Home Minister Zahid Hamidi to stop lying to the public and show what they are going to do to reduce crime. The Malaysian public must also demand to know and keep questioning the nexus between the underworld, the police and the politicians. Is this why the Umno-BN has consistently refused to approve the formation of an IPCMC (independent panel) to monitor police performance and conduct.”


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Malay Mail

DAP MP Lim Lip Eng: Police are quick to get on the case of a Minister! Ordinary citizens get a slow response, and some get no response….

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The Malay Mail Online


City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ku Chin Wah, “Guards have been assigned to Khairy’s house.”


Thursday July 4, 2013 MYT 6:34:02 AM

Cops zero in on break-in gang that robbed Khairy’s home

KUALA LUMPUR: One of the three house break-in gangs stalking residents in Bukit Damansara may have been responsible for the burglary at the Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin’s home over the weekend, said the police.

“We believe that there are two local gangs and one from Latin America which operate at different times of the day,” said City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ku Chin Wah.

He said that this was based on recent cases with similar modus operandi in the area.

“A few days before Khairy’s house was robbed, there was another break-in at the same area.

Cops zero in on break-in gang that robbed Khairy’s home



Cops have photofits of KJ’s house break-in suspects
3:09PM Jul 3, 2013

Police have come out with photofits of the suspects allegedly involved in the break-in of Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar’s home, over the weekend.

NONEThe police’s Facebook page states that the Kuala Lumpur police have detected the activities of several men to assist in investigations.

“Police have come-up with two sketches of the suspects involved in the case,” said the statement.

It was reported that thieves broke into Khairy’s Bukit Damansara home  on Saturday in broad daylight.

Cops have photofits of KJ’s house break-in suspects


Malaysia Chronicle

Tuesday, 02 July 2013 09:59

OK Khairy, we already know crime is not a perception but what is the govt doing about it!

Written by J. D. Lovrenciear

It takes a robbery of a minister’s home in order for the powers-that-be to openly now state that increased and frequent crime is no more a perception. This is what we can term as prejudice.When thousands of ordinary Malaysians kept falling victim to house break-ins and street snatch-thieves year after year and all these years, the authorities would only sermonize, talk-down, and even insult the helpless citizens.
…..And now with a minister’s family residence being broken into we finally get the Youth and Sports Minister to state that crime is no more a mere perception given the increasing incidences that know no discrimination between helpless ordinary or the powered-privileged societies.Think a bit deeper, KhairyHonorable Minister Khairy Jamaluddin’s advise to the public to be more vigilant of their own safety and that of their family however begs more answers.How else do you YB expect ordinary citizens to be “more” vigilant? What “safety” are you talking about?
…..Do we not want to admit that unless and until the police are deployed to keep our tamans and streets safe instead of hunting political ‘enemies’ criminals and robbers will continue to get bolder?Do we not think that unless and until the political masters serious prioritize public safety and security, all talk is cheap while the individual citizen takes on the burden of safety and security and without much success?Let us face some harsh but absolute facts with courage and commitment. The situation will get only worse and cost us serious lives unless and until the police get back to basics. If the government can spend paying RM200million for bonuses to EC staff, why could they not see the need to increase the policing strength?MAILBAG




June 30, 2013.
Burglars ransacked the bungalow of Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin in Bukit Damansara yesterday evening and escaped with valuables worth RM24,000

Khairy is among several prominent figures whose houses have been broken into in the past two months.

In May, the house of Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s sister in Petaling Jaya was broken into. Losses were estimated at RM300,000.

A few days later, a younger sister of Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and her family were robbed at their home in Mantin, Negeri Sembilan. The robbers escaped with RM5,000 in cash and valuables.



Rising crime not perception, says KJ after burglary
11:53AM Jul 1, 2013

After being a victim of burglary on Saturday, Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has conceded that the worsening crime situation is not perception as claimed in some quarters.

“The incident is a reminder to us all that crime is a serious problem in our country.

NONE“This problem is something that is real, not at all perception.

“I hope that all victims of crime and others remain steadfast, and to all, be always vigilant of your own and your family’s safety,” said Khairy on his Facebookpagelast night.

Kuala Lumpur police had confirmed that a minister’s home had been ransacked by thieves.

However, the minister’s identity was not revealed.

Rising crime not perception, says KJ after burglary



Thieves strike KJ’s home in broad daylight
3:25PM Jun 30, 2013

Kuala Lumpur police has confirmed that a minister’s home was ransacked by thieves yesterday.

Although the minister was not named, it is believed that the bungalow home belonged to the mother of Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

It is also understood that the Khairy and his wife were residing there, but were not around during the incident.

Thieves strike KJ’s home in broad daylight


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Sunday June 30, 2013 MYT 2:13:00 PM

Minister’s home robbed

KUALA LUMPUR: The home of a minister in Jalan Setiabistari, Bukit Damansara here was broken into by three men Saturday afternoon.

City CID chief Datuk Ku Chin Wah said in the 5.30pm incident, the trio, who were driving a Proton Waja car, scaled the perimeter wall before barging into the house through the unlocked front door.

He said the suspects ran off with several laptops and watches.

“The minister and his wife were not at home and only their maid was around.

“The maid was too terrified to do anything. She said they also ransacked the master bedroom,” he said in a statement here Sunday.

He added that total losses were still being investigated. – Bernama

Minister’s home robbed


Malaysian Insider

2 held over robbery at PKR’s sec-gen’s house

June 09, 2013

MACHANG, June 9 — Police detained two men in connection with a robbery at the house of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) secretary-general Datuk Saifuddin Nasution in Kampung Air Hijau here last Thursday.

Machang district police chief DSP Che Malek Bedot said the suspects, aged 23 and 22, were arrested at their respective houses in Kampung Gosong here at 1.05am yesterday.

He said the two men would be remanded for three days from today to assist investigation.

He said police were looking for three other suspects involved in the robbery which occurred at 6.30pm. – Bernama

2 held over robbery at PKR’s sec-gen’s house – The Malaysian Insider


Malaysia Chronicle

Thursday, 30 May 2013 11:42

CRIME IN MALAYSIA IS NOT UP, LAH! Only VVIPs are getting mugged & robbed lah!

Written by  J. D. Lovrenciear

When it comes to crime reporting, maybe the online media is lying. Maybe the main stream media is not giving the whole truth. As a former Minister lambasted, crime is not up in Malaysia; it is all a matter of perception lah.

But now that VVIPs and their family members are falling prey to street crimes and house robberies, wonder what the government and its mouthpieces have got to reel out.

Ministers’ children, royalty and even the top-cop’s family members have become victims to robberies and street crimes. Is this also a matter of mere ‘perception’.

It is all so easy for top civil servants to be pumped with bullets at close range; it is all so easy for intruders to arrive by the boat loads and stack up their arms and yet go undetected. Even to say so is wrong and one will be accused of being anti-national and what nots.

But leaving these serious breaches of security aside, how now that we have even VVIPs not safe at home or out shopping lah?

Dear politicians and authorities, do you know that the ordinary citizens in the neighboring countries – Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and even Myanmar or Sri Lanka, all of them will tell you that they do not clutch tightly their handbags under their armpits when out in the streets in broad daylight; that they do not look left, right, front and back each time before loading groceries in their car booths; that they do not barricade their homes like prisons; that they do not go to bed each night with fears of being been ransacked by parang-wielding men.

Wonder what the newly-minted Home Minister and his right-hand Chief of Police have got to tell us citizens this time around. Even wonder whether the minority polls Prime Minister will stay silent or excuse himself of any negligence by ‘leaving it to the authorities to act accordingly’.




Lim further noted that the sisters of Khalid and Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin suffered separate house burglaries in Negri Sembilan and Petaling Jaya about two weeks ago.

Malaysian Insider

Kit Siang tells IGP to quit if crime not top-priority

By Boo Su-Lyn

May 30, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR, May 30 — Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar should resign if he prioritises persecuting political dissidents over violent criminals like murderers and robbers, DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang said today.

Lim pointed out that two women were killed in separate robberies at Kajang and Ipoh in the past two days, while Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek’s daughter lost cash and personal belongings amounting to RM8,000 to snatch thieves yesterday.

“Khalid should resign as IGP if he is not prepared to give top priority to roll back the wave of crime in the country instead of carrying out his obligations to his political masters in Umno/ Barisan Nasional (BN),” said Lim in a statement today.

“A person who is not prepared to recognise and give top priority to reducing crime and eradicating the prevalent fear of crime is just not fit to be the IGP of Malaysia,” added the Gelang Patah MP.


Malaysian Insider

Minister’s daughter loses RM8,000 to snatch thieves

May 29, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR, May 29 — The unnamed daughter of a Cabinet minister lost cash and personal belongings amounting to RM8,000 to two snatch thieves near a hypermarket in Ampang, yesterday.

The victim, a 26-year-old teacher, was also slightly injured on her right knee in the 11.50am incident.

Selangor police deputy chief, Datuk A. Thaiveegan when met at the scene today, said the victim was putting her things in the boot of her Suzuki Swift when the suspects who were in a Proton Satria, snatched her handbag which contained an iPad, iPhone and RM5,000 in cash.

Minister’s daughter loses RM8,000 to snatch thieves


Malaysia Chronicle

Monday, 20 May 2013 18:47

Homes of Muhyiddin’s & IGP’s sisters broken into: CRIME DOWN?

Relatives of two VVIPs experienced break-ins over the weekend, in a short span of five hours.

According to China Press, the first incident happened at the home belonging to Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s (right) sister in SS3, Petaling Jaya.

The home, a double storey bungalow, was reportedly broken into at 10pm on Saturday.

By about 3am Sunday morning, another break-in occured in Mantin, Negri Sembilan at a single storey bungalow belonging to inspector-general of police (IGP) Khalid Abu Bakar’s sister.

Her family of five were tied up during the robbery which involved five individuals, believed to be foreigners.

According to a news alert by Nanyang Siang Pau, the robbers escaped without a trace whereas the victim has declined to state the amount of losses.

– Malaysiakini

Homes of Muhyiddin’s & IGP’s sisters broken into – Malaysia Chronicle



Relatives of DPM and IGP suffer break-ins
5:18PM May 20, 2013
Relatives of two VVIPs experienced break-ins over the weekend, in a short span of five hours.
Rumah kakak Muhyiddn, adik IGP dirompak
5:58PM Mei 20 2013

Hanya dalam masa lima jam, dua kediaman milik anggota keluarga orang kenamaan negara dirompak dalam dua kejadian berasingan pada hujung minggu lalu.

Laporan China Press menyebut, kejadian pertama berlaku di kediaman milik seorang kakak kepada timbalan perdana menteri Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin di SS3, Petaling Jaya.

Kediaman tersebut, sebuah rumah banglo, dilaporkan dipecah masuk pada jam 10 malam pada hari Sabtu.

Pada jam 3 pagi selepas itu, satu lagi kejadian rompakan dilaporkan berlaku di Mantin, Negeri Sembilan di sebuah rumah banglo milik seorang adik kepada ketua polis negara Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.

Seramai lima orang dalam keluarga terbabit diikat oleh lima orang perompak, dipercayai warga asing.

Menurut satu kiriman berita Nanyang Siang Pau, perompak berkenaan menghilangkan diri tanpa dikesan manakala mangsa enggan mendedahkan jumlah kerugian.


Relatives of DPM and IGP suffer break-insShared by Upcoming Runs TeeSource: Translation:Within a period of 5 hours, two residences belonging to VVIPs were robbed in two separate incidents over the last weekend.A China Press report stated that the first incident occurred at the residence of a sister of the Deputy Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at SS3, Petaling Jaya.The residence, a bungalow was reportedly broken into at 10pm on Saturday night.At 3am on Sunday morning, another robbery occured in Mantin, Negeri Sembilan at another bungalow belonging to a sister of the top cop of Malaysia, IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.Five persons in the family were tied up by five robbers, believed to be foreigners.According to another report by Nanyang Siang Pau, the robbers then disappeared without a trace whilst the victims refused to disclose amount of losses taken.


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