Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics 4


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Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics 3

Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics 2

Crime in Malaysia: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics (1)

IGP: 2019 crime rate dropped 7.5 per cent

By Raja Noraina Raja Rahim – January 23, 2020 @ 12:51pm

KUALA LUMPUR: The crime index in Malaysia recorded a decrease of 7.5 per cent throughout last year, with 249 cases per 100,000 populations.

Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador said despite not meeting the target of 269 cases, the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) had shown remarkable achievement.

In fact, he said in the fight against crimes, the police also focused on drug prevention, with nine specialised operations mobilised.

“Among our biggest successes was the seizure of 12 tonnes of cocaine worth RM2.4 billion worth under Op Eagle in Penang on Sept 10.

“We are also implementing two other programmes, ‘Naziran by Night’ and ‘Nurture for Betterment’, to enhance the operational efficiency of the Narcotics CID and combat the drug menace,” he said in a statement today.

On the issue of drug abuse among police personnel, Abdul Hamid said 269 officers and staff were arrested through Op Blue Devil last year.

“From Jan 1 to Jan 17 this year, nine officers and staff were detained after a screening test found them positive for drugs.

“I hope drug use among police personnel can be eradicated for the good image of the department. CID’s continued efforts to conduct screening tests and surprise checks have been effective in reducing the cases,” he added.

Abdul Hamid said the Commercial CID detained a total of 15,876 people through 17,582 operations during the year.

He added that 21,016 out of 26,465 investigation papers had been completed.

Meanwhile, the Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (JSPT) had arrested 3,086 people for various traffic offences, and 296 others for other offences.

In addition, Abdul Hamid said various viral road cases, including hit and run, bullying, road rage, drunk driving and drug abuse were also successfully resolved by the department.


16 March 2019



Asia: Crime Index 2019

20 November 2018






KUALA LUMPUR: The police shot dead five robbers after a heist at a goldsmith shop located at a hypermarket in Kuchai Lama, here, today.

Another member of the gang was arrested.

Selangor CID chief SAC Fadzil Ahmat said a policeman was injured after he was shot by one of the robbers in the incident which happened at about 4.30pm.

He said four of the robbers died at the scene while one was shot dead about a kilometre away after he fled in a car.

Fadzil said the six men had rushed into the hypermarket brandishing pistols and machetes and headed straight to the goldsmith shop.

The police recovered two pistols and several machetes as well as a large quantity of jewellery, he said.


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Five robbers shot dead, another arrested in daytime shootout in city

KUALA LUMPUR: Five men were shot dead in a firefight with cops and another arrested following a jewellery store heist at a hypermarket in Kuchai Lama here on Tuesday (Nov 20). A policeman also injured in the incident.

In the 4.30pm incident, a team from Selangor CID was responding to a call when they ran into the gang of six robbers who had just come out of the jewellery store.

A shootout erupted immediately and four out of the six suspects were shot dead, with another injured and later arrested.

A policeman was also shot in the knee in the shootout.

City police chief Comm Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said that the sixth gang member, who was the getaway driver, heard the gunshots and sped off.

“A high-speed pursuit took place. We managed to catch up to him about 400m away from the mall where another shootout resulted in his death.

“Luckily, we were able to stop them before they got away with the loot. No members of the public were hurt,” he said during a press conference at the scene on Tuesday.



2 November 2018

The police have detained a 60-year-old man on suspicion of robbing and molesting a woman in Junjong resort area in Alor Setar on Oct 29.

Kulim police chief Supt Ahmad Nasir Jaafar said the suspect was picked up at 5.45pm yesterday in Seberang Perai, Penang.

“In the 10.40 am incident, the suspect had introduced himself as a JKR employee to the 30-year-old woman who was waiting for the bus in Kunci Rimbun, before offering the victim a ride because he was heading to the same destination.

“While in the car, the victim asked the suspect to stop in front of a pharmacy but he refused and continued driving until they reached the resort area before he pointed a knife at the victim’s neck and a screwdriver at her waist,” he said in a statement today.

The suspect then took RM150 cash, a bracelet and a mobile phone from the victim before molesting her, he said.

He added that the woman was forced out of the car in Junjong town.

18 October 2018

He brought an iron rod to a gun fight…

Suspected burglar shot, accomplices held after 20km chase by police

KUALA LUMPUR: A suspected burglar was shot and wounded after he tried to attack police with an iron rod following a high-speed car chase that took patrolmen over 20km in the city yesterday.

While two of his accomplices escaped, police managed to arrest two others – a man and a woman soon after the chase came to an end at Bukit Hartamas, Cheras here.

Police said patrolmen on crime prevention routine had spotted a white Toyota Alphard with five people in it moving suspiciously along Jalan Tun Razak at about 12.20am.

The patrolmen flagged the vehicle down and when they stepped out to investigate, the driver of the car sped off.

The patrolmen gave chase and pursued the suspects who drove through Jalan Chow Kit before heading towards Cheras.

Even when they were faced with a police roadblock at Taman Dagang, the driver defied orders to stop by policemen and crashed through the barricades.

The pursuing policemen then opened fire at the tyres of the car after finding the speeding vehicle a danger to other road users.

However, this too did not stop the driver until he came to a dead end at a fishing pond in Bukit Hartamas.

Blocked by a patrol car and unable to escape, three occupants of the car jumped out of the vehicle and ran towards a jungle with policemen in pursuit.

While two of them managed to escape, the third man who was armed with an iron rod he found nearby was cornered by the policemen.

In his desperate bid to escape, the suspect tried to attack the policemen with the rod.

In self-defence, a policeman whipped out his service revolver and fired a gunshot that hit the suspect’s thigh.

Kajang deputy police chief Supt Mohd Sabri Abdullah said two other suspects – a man and a woman who remained in the getaway car were arrested.

26 May 2018



Who is the man shot at 9 times in Penang? Was he a VIP?

Man shot nine times in Penang drive-by, in critical condition

BUKIT MERTAJAM: A man was shot nine times while in a moving vehicle near Taman Sentosa, Jalan Kulim here this morning.

The victim, who is yet to be identified, survived the 11.45am shooting but was badly injured.

He was assisted by members of the public at the scene before being rushed to the Bukit Mertajam Hospital.


A witness who declined to be identified said that he heard a loud explosive noise, which he initially thought was from firecrackers.

He then saw a black Honda Accord with heavily-tinted windows crash into a road divider.


Shooting in Penang, man suffers multiple gunshot wounds

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BUKIT MERTAJAM: A 23-year-old businessman survived a shooting incident at the Jalan Kulim traffic light junction in front of the Taman Sentosa food court here, and was rushed to the Bukit Mertajam Hospital this morning.

In the incident at about 11.15am on Saturday, the victim was on his way home in Machang Bubok after he left the food court where he had met a friend earlier.

Central Seberang Prai OCPD Asst Comm Nik Ros Azhan Nik Abdul Hamid said the victim, upon stopping at the traffic light junction, was shot at by a suspect in a ski mask.


The victim suffered three gunshot wounds, while the suspect is believed to have escaped in a car.


Phone dealer alive despite shot at four times at close range

BUKIT MERTAJAM: A 22-year-old smartphone dealer miraculously survived a murder attempt despite being shot at four times by a gunman at close range around noon here today.

The shots rang out at the traffic lights intersection in Taman Sentosa here which witnesses presumed to be firecrackers.

It took place just metres from the St Anne Church and a popular food court here.

The victim had just finished his meal at the food court and was driving away when a lone gunman drove up to his car.

He rolled down his left windscreen and discharged nine rounds of ammunition with a semi-auto revolver at the direction of the intended victim. The gunman, who was wearing a ski mask, got away in another car driven by an accomplice.

The victim was hit three times in his upper chest and shoulders. The victim slumped over his steering wheel, causing his car to ram a lorry.

21 April 2018


Imam Palestine sedang menuju ke surau untuk solat Subuh ditembak mati lelaki menaiki motosikal di Jalan Gombak. Forensik di lokasi. Suspek masih bebas.



University lecturer gunned down in Setapak

Saturday, 21 Apr 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: A 35-year-old Arabian man was gunned down near his condominium in Setapak on Saturday morning.

City police chief Comm Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said the victim was on his way to a nearby mosque when he was shot at by two assailants on a motorcycle at about 6am on Jalan Gombak.

“He was walking near the Idaman Puteri Condominium when two men fired about 10 shots at him.

“He died on the spot,” he said.

Comm Mazlan said the man was a lecturer at a private university.

5 January 2018


Jan 5

Suspek rompak kedai emas ditembak


KUALA LUMPUR: Seorang suspek yang dipercayai terbabit dalam kejadian samun kedai emas di sekitar Lembah Klang dan Negeri Sembilan, sejak 31 Disember lalu mati ditembak di Taman Connought, Cheras, di sini, malam tadi.

Suspek rakyat tempatan berusia 22 tahun sebelum itu dikesan memandu sebuah kereta jenis PERODUA Myvi dalam keadaan mencurigakan di kawasan Cheras oleh sepasukan polis dari Pasukan Petugas Khas Jenayah Terancang (STAFOC) Bukit Aman dan Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah Berat (D9) Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen (IPK) Kuala Lumpur, yang menjalankan rondaan selepas menerima maklumat, kira-kira jam 10.30 malam.

Sumber berkata, polis kemudian mengarahkan lelaki terbabit memberhentikan kenderaannya bagi tujuan pemeriksaan.

Ketika hendak diperiksa, suspek dikatakan enggan memberikan kerjasama dan menembak ke arah polis dari arah kenderaan kenderaannya.

“Polis kemudian membalas tembakan suspek bagi mempertahankan diri berikutan kerana tindakan suspek yang mengancam keselamatan pegawai dan anggota,” katanya.

Katanya, tembakan yang dilepaskan itu dipercayai mengenai suspek dan pemeriksaan polis di dalam kenderaan terbabit mendapati dia sudah meninggal dunia.

Hasil pemeriksaan awal polis di dalam kenderaan itu menemui sepucuk pistol digunakan suspek.

Malaysian states on ‘high alert’ following spate of jewellery store robberies. In one instance, eight robbers stormed into a jewellery store and smashed the glass display panels and grabbed the trays in just under three minutes.

Malaysian states on ‘high alert’ following spate of jewellery store robberies


KUALA LUMPUR (Malaysia) — Following three jewellery store robberies in just four days, all state police in Malaysia have been placed on high alert.

Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Mohamad Fuzi Harun said investigators are tracking down the suspects in all three back-to-back incidents.

While there has been speculation that the robberies were committed by the same gang, the IGP said initial investigations suggest all three cases in Cheras (Kuala Lumpur), Bangi (Selangor) and Seremban (Negeri Sembilan) are isolated and not linked.

“Their modus operandi are different, some were armed with different weapons and the number of suspects involved in each case also varied,” he told Malay Mail.

Mr Mohamad Fuzi said police are looking at similar robberies in the past to see if there is a link to the recent cases.

Now, Seremban jewellery shop hit by lightning quick robbers

Friday January 5, 2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 5 — Another shop, this time in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, has been robbed by a group of eight gunmen who fled with six trays worth of jewellery in three minutes last night.

Seremban district police chief Assistant Commissioner Thiew Hock Po confirmed the incident but declined further comment, saying a news conference on the issue will be held today.

The New Straits Times reported the robbery took place at a jewellery shop in the Palm Mall shopping mall in Kemayan Square at about 8pm yesterday.

The eight robbers, who were all wearing full-faced helmets, stormed into the store and smashed the glass display panels and grabbed six trays of jewellery.

“There were no customers in the premises at that time. The suspects took about three minutes before they made off on their motorcycles,” the daily quoted an unnamed witness saying.

The jewellery shop is said to be located on the ground floor near the mall entrance.

A shotgun was reported to have been found near there, believed to have been discarded by one of the fleeing robbers.

The Seremban heist adds to a recent growing spate of robberies committed in under five minutes since last November.

On January 4, a trio of robbers wearing motorcycle helmet visors had carted away RM370,000 worth of jewelleries in less than five minutes from a goldsmith in Taman Bangi Avenue in CS Supermarket, Persiaran Bangi Avenue around 11.22am.

On New Year’s Eve, a gold-heist incidents took place in about three minutes n a shopping mall in Taman Segar, Cheras, which involved a group of 10 men armed with hammers, who fled with jewellery worth RM1.5 million.

A robbery involving two armed robbers had unfolded at the Wah Chan store in Giant Kota Damansara at 10.55am on November 1, last year, with RM1.1 million worth of gold items stolen.


KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 2 — Police are looking at the possibility of an inside job concerning a goldsmith robbery at a mall in Taman Segar, Cheras, where RM1.5 million in jewellery was looted within three minutes on New Year’s Eve.

Kuala Lumpur CID chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Rusdi Mohd Isa told Malay Mail at this stage all possible motives are still being explored.
Last Sunday, five men wearing full-face helmets and armed with hammers stormed into the goldsmith shop where five employees and a security guard were working at around 8.30pm.

The robbers were said to have five other accomplices standing by outside the mall on several motorcycles for their getaway.

Cheras district deputy police chief Supt Ismadi Borhan said investigators are in the midst of collecting footage from security cameras installed at the roads and buildings near the scene to identify the suspects.

“We are collecting the needed information from security cameras from the nearby buildings and those operated by the city council and the Road Transport Department to determine their escape route.

“They used the main roads when escaping from the scene leading us to believe the entire robbery could have been plotted earlier,” he said.


2 January 2018


Police: Crime in PJ down by over 15pct from 2016

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The number of crime cases in Petaling Jaya, Selangor dropped by 15.8 percent or 792 cases last year, said district police chief Mohd Zani Che Din.

He said throughout the whole of last year, a total of 4,215 crime cases were recorded, compared with 5,007 cases in 2016.

Mohd Zani said the number surpassed the target of 10 percent which had been set last year for the district, which was also among the highest contributing districts to the crime index in Selangor.

”Despite the decline, the police will continue to emphasise on (street crime cases) such as snatch theft, robbery and motorcycle theft, because such cases are still the largest contributor to the statistics with 1,255 cases in 2016 and 965 cases last year,” he told a press conference after attending the Back to School programme at Sekolah Kebangsaan La Salle in Petaling Jaya today.



Robbers carry out RM1.5 mil jewellery heist in 3 minutes





KUALA LUMPUR: Police are hot on the trail of the 10 men responsible for stealing RM1.5mil worth of jewellery from a goldsmith shop at a shopping mall in Taman Segar, Cheras here on Sunday (Dec 31) night.

“We are in the midst of hunting them down. We are exploring all angles in our investigation,” said Cheras OCPD Asst Comm Abdul Ghani Mohamad Ji when contacted.

It was reported that the suspects, all wearing full-face helmets and gloves, stormed into the premises where five employees, including a security guard, were working at about 8.30pm on Sunday.

Five of the men rushed into the shop and smashed the glass display cabinets, while five other accomplices waited outside the mall on motorcycles.

They took about three minutes to escape with the jewellery.

The forensic team found evidence such as cigarette butts that could be linked to the case.



Five men rob Taiping hypermarket of RM200,000

TAIPING: Five men believed to be foreign nationals robbed a hypermarket in Aulong here of RM200,000 early today, police said.

Taiping District Police acting chief Supt Razlam Ab Hamid said that at 1.05am, the five men held up two security guards at a security point.

“The robbers, wearing hoods and armed with machetes, knuckle-dusters and steel rods, covered the guard’s heads, tied them up and herded them to the loading area.

“Five minutes later, they held up two more guards and placed them in the same area,” he said, adding that the guards only freed themselves at 4.30am.

25 November 2017

Three men shoot businessman in neck during robbery at Kuantan home

KUANTAN: A businessman here was shot in the neck during a robbery at his house by three men on Saturday morning.

A source revealed that as the victim was lying wounded on the floor, the three suspects fled in a Perodua Axia in the 5.58am incident at Jaya Gading here.

The victim was rushed to the Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA) for treatment.

In their haste to flee, one of the robbers dropped a piece of evidence which may help police in their investigation.

“One of the suspects (accidentally) dropped a wallet at the scene, and checks on it (revealed that) it belongs to a policeman attached to the Kuantan district police headquarters,” the source said.

The latest STATISTICS that we are given CAN’T be true! If they are, we would have NO crime at all!!!


30 August 2017

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Malaysia must be the safest country in the world if Zahid is to be believed. Crime index reduced by 100% & terrorist rehab success 87.5%.

28 August 2017

Crime index reduced by 100%, says Zahid

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GOVERNMENT figures show a 100% reduction in the crime index for every 100,000 local residents and foreigners, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today.

The reduction is based on the National Key Results Areas (NKRA) Key Performance Index (KPI) assessment of the police.

“I am happy to announce a few extraordinary achievements of departments and agencies under the Home Ministry for extraordinary KPIs under the NKRA, NKEA (National Key Economic Area) and MKRA (Ministerial Key Result Area).”

“For the police, there is a reduction in crime index for every 100,000 local residents and foreigners, its community engagement index is also at at 82%,” Zahid said at the ministry’s morning assembly at Putrajaya today.

A month ago, Zahid was reported as saying that the public still viewed the police as ineffective even though the national crime rate had been cut by 47% in the past six years.

Zahid said there would always be “individuals, groups and organisations” that would be “envious” of the Home Ministry’s achievements.
Zahid said his ministry had been “victimised” by the online media, and that the media had to report the ministry’s achievements fairly.

“We do not need praise, we only need recognition by the public that we are doing something for the betterment of the nation,” he said.

20 May 2017


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Police shoot to overpower sword-wielding drug pusher

TAWAU: Policemen had to open fire thrice to overpower a man suspected to be a drug pusher who charged at them with a Samurai sword in Brumas near here last Thursday, Tawau Police chief ACP Fadil Marsus said today.

He said the 34-year-old man, a foreign national, continued to rush towards the policemen even after having been shot twice, on the right side of the body and left knee, in the incident in Hulu Tingkayu at about 10am.

The policemen fired the third shot at his right arm and the man dropped the sword and was caught, he said in a statement.

Fadil said a team of policemen confronted the man and a 14-year-old boy who were riding a motorcycle but they refused to stop and tried to speed off.

However, they found that their path was blocked and quickly drew out Samurai swords, he added.

“The policemen warned the two suspects to surrender but they ignored the warning and the man rushed towards the policemen,” he said, adding that the boy ran away towards some undergrowth, carrying a black bag.

He said the suspects were believed to be drug pushers in the district.

15 April 2017

Death by Wok! Her assailant was not amok.

Elderly woman dies in ‘wok attack’ by neighbour


KUALA TERENGGANU: An elderly woman died after she was bashed on the head with a wok during a robbery attempt by her own neighbour here, yesterday.

Rokiah A. Rahman, 84, died at the scene following the 2.30am incident. Her body was discovered by her daughter, Saripah Ibrahim, 52, when she returned home from work – with the wok lying next to her.

Saripah told police that upon reaching her home, she heard a loud noise coming from the living room. She rushed in to find her mother lying on the floor – and the suspect, who is her neighbour, as well as a work colleague – was seen hiding behind a cupboard with her face covered with a piece of cloth.

Kuala Terengganu District police chief ACP Idris Abd Rafar said the suspect, in her 30s, then sprang upon Saripah, and began to strangle her, as well as hitting her on the head and neck.

Not too young to be a robber?

16 September 2016

Cops nab 14-year-old in suspicion of robbing 11-year-old boy


NIBONG TEBAL, Sept 16 ― Police have arrested a boy to assist an investigation involving a boy who was robbed and hurt in Taman Seri Emas, Permatang Tok Mahat, here yesterday.

Seberang Perai Selatan District Police chief Supt Shafee Abdul Samad said the 14-year-old boy was arrested in Taman Harapan, Permatang Tok Mahat at about 1pm, today.

“In the incident at about 2.45pm, the victim, 11, was using his tablet (electronic device) in front of his house in Taman Harapan, when two male teenagers on a motorcycle approached the boy.

“The teenager had invited the victim to ride with them and the boy who knew the suspect took the ride,” he told Bernama here today.

He said the victim was taken to Taman Seri Emas, which is about five kilometers from the house before robbing the victim.

Shafee said the victim was trying to take back his tablet and was stopped by the two teenagers.

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Never bring a samurai sword to a gun fight!


13 September 2016 | MYT 10:31 AM

Off duty cop shoots samurai sword-wielding robber

PETALING JAYA: An off-duty policeman shot and apprehended a samurai sword-wielding man who was in the midst of robbing an electrical shop in Rawang.

The policeman, a sergeant attached to the Gombak police criminal investigation department, was with his family near an electrical goods shop at Batu 16, Jalan Ipoh, Rawang, at round 4pm on Monday when he saw the robber brandishing the sword at the shopkeeper.

He said the officer had revealed himself as police and ordered the thief to surrender. However, the robber charged at him.

“My man had no choice but to defend himself and fired four shots,” ACP Ali said when contacted.


13 September 2016


Policeman shoots sword-wielding robber in store heist By FAISAL ASYRAF – 13 September 2016 @ 12:10 AM

KUALA LUMPUR: Three robbers, who had attempted to rob the owner of an electrical store in Batu 16, Rawang, were arrested by police, earlier today.
One of the trio, who wielded a samurai sword, was shot when he tried to attack a policeman.
“The sword-wielding suspect barged into the store and demanded money from the owner.
Coincidentally, a policeman and his family were in the store. “The policeman warned the suspect to surrender but the suspect charged forward to attack. The policeman had no choice but to shoot the suspect.”
The wounded suspect ran outside to his accomplice, who was waiting on a motorcycle.
Ali said both of them escaped but the policeman caught another suspect who was also waiting outside the store.

Following the incident, police launched a manhunt and arrested the suspects in Batu 16.

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10 May 2016

It’s 8am and she’s getting ready for work. But five men broke into her house in Jalan Gasing and raped her….

Woman raped, robbed in house at Jalan Gasing

9 May 2016

A 26-year-old woman was raped and robbed in her house at Jalan Gasing, Petaling Jaya, last Friday, Selangor police CID chief Mohd Adnan Abdullah said today.

He said in the 8am incident the victim was getting ready for work when five men appeared in a Perodua Myvi.

“Three of the suspects armed with machetes and wearing face masks entered the house which was not locked,” he said at a press conference in Shah Alam today.

“One of suspects pulled the victim to a room and raped her while the other two ransacked her home.

4 May 2016

Robbers assault elderly woman in her home, flee with gold chain

By Zarina Abdullah – 4 May 2016 @ 7:34 PM

KEMAMAN: A 68-year-old grandmother was severely injured after being assaulted by two robbers who entered her house in Taman Baiduri, Geliga, on Friday night.
She was found unconscious in her bedroom by her daughter-in-law, who visited her house on Sunday at 10am.
The woman was caught by surprise at seeing the front grill of the house cut off and rushed inside to find the elderly woman bloodied.

District police chief Superintendent Mohd Said Ibrahim said the victim was sent to the Kemaman Hospital. She is now warded at the Intensive Care Unit.

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3 May 2016

Man strangles woman in Port Dickson gym, flees in stolen taxi


SEREMBAN: A man prompted Negri Sembilan police to swing into action after he strangled a woman in a gym, and later stole a taxi to make his getaway.
The 31-year-old man initially caused a stir at a gymnasium in Port Dickson when he strangled a woman there.
It is unclear as to what prompted his action. The gym management alerted police of the incident.
However, when police arrived, the man had fled the scene with a stolen taxi, abandoning a car he had earlier driven to the fitness centre.
Port Dickson district police chief Superintendent Adzli Abu Shah said police subsequently alerted all patrol teams to be stationed at each exit point from Port Dickson, including toll plazas, to intercept the man.

“A patrol vehicle waited at the toll then pursued the taxi, which later lost control along Jalan Rasah,” he said. Adzli said the suspect and the taxi were brought back to Port Dickson.

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Mayat wanita dgn kesan kelar ditemui dlm tong sampah dekat Tokong Win Ting, Kg Rapat, Ipoh

Ipoh : Wanita ditemui mati dengan kesan kelar di leher disyaki dibunuh sebelum mayatnya dicampak ke dalam tong sampah berhampiran Tokong Win Ting, Kampung Rapat, di sini.

Mayat mangsa berusia lingkungan 30-an berpakaian baju tidur berwarna merah jambu dijumpai orang awam yang lalu lalang di kawasan itu pada 10.25 pagi tadi.

Timbalan Ketua Polis Daerah Ipoh, Superintendan Mohd Noor Rasid berkata, identiti mangsa belum dikenal pasti dan mangsa dipercayai dibunuh di lokasi lain sekitar tiga atau empat hari lalu sebelum di buang ke dalam tong sampah berkenaan.

3 May 2016 | MYT 8:36 PM

Woman’s decomposed body found near Chinese temple in Gunung Rapat

IPOH: The decomposed body of a woman clad only in a pair of pink pyjamas was found in front of a Chinese temple in Gunung Rapat here.

Ipoh deputy OCPD Supt Mohd Noor Rasid said passers-by had stumbled upon the woman’s body, which had cut marks along her neck, next to a rubbish trolley in front of the Kwan Yin Tong at about 10.25am Tuesday.

“We believe the deceased was murdered elsewhere before her body was dumped in front of the temple.

“The crime could have taken place three to four days prior to the discovery of the body,” he said in a statement.

Supt Mohd Noor added that police had not been able to ascertain the identity of the victim.

7 April 2016

Two school boys land in drain after kicking police motorcycle

BUKIT MERTAJAM, April 6 — Two teenage boys who were fleeing from police on a motorcycle, skidded into a drain after they kicked a police motorcycle at Jalan Kulim, Cherok Tokun here yesterday.

Seberang Perai Tengah police chief ACP Rusli Mohd Noor said the two 17-year-old students believed to have been involved in a robbery, were being pursued by three policemen on motorcycles at 4.30pm.

“Police tried to nab the duo who were behaving suspiciously at Jalan Kilang Ubi but they sped off and after a five-kilometre chase they rammed into a police motorcycle and kicked it,” he said here today.

He said police found a knuckle knife in a bag while one of the boys was wearing a knuckle attached to his belt buckle and both tested positive for amphetamine.

They will be remanded for four days, he said, adding that the knuckle is believed to be a tool used for breaking into cars. — Bernama

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2 remaja ditahan, motosikal masuk longkang slps mereka tendang pihak berkuasa kejar mereka

1 April 2016

By BALVIN KAUR – 1 April 2016 @ 9:13 PM

GEORGE TOWN: An accountant’s hand was nearly severed in a robbery at the parking lot of a shopping mall at Bukit Jambul here.
The woman also lost RM12,000, a mobile phone, her handbag and her personal identification documents in the 11am incident.
The 41-year-old had been walking towards her car in the parking lot after finishing work at the mobile phone shop in the shopping mall when she was attacked by two robbers.
One of the robbers had approached the victim from the back and slashed her left hand.
The duo then took the victim’s sling bag and fled from the scene on a motorcycle.

Northeast district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mior Farid Alathrash Wahid said the victim suffered a cut in her thigh and had her finger veins cut.

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17 March 2016

Fake plates leads to car chase and arrest of two criminals Read More :

By Halim Said – 17 March 2016 @ 8:04 PM

BATU PAHAT: A check on a fake car registration plate led police to the arrest of two men and the seizure of a gun and drugs yesterday.
Batu Pahat district police chief Assistant Commissioner Din Ahmad said the two men aged 38 and 43 were arrested at noon at a shoe store in Jalan Rahmat.
This followed a 15-minute car chase as they had ignored orders to step out of their vehicle when approached by policemen.
“A police patrol unit spotted the two suspects in a car in Jalan Bakau Condong. Suspecting something amiss, policemen ran a check on the car’s registration number and found it was fake.
“Policemen ordered the two men to stop and come out of the vehicle, but they defied the order and sped off,” said Din.
A three-kilometre car chase ensued along Jalan Enggang. The two suspects abandoned their car when the saw other police cars blocking the road.
“They ran towards a row of shops in Jalan Rahmat and ended up at a shoe store, where they gave themselves up to the police,” said Din.

He said one of the men carried a Beretta semi-automatic handgun with nine bullets.

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Body in suitcase: Woman was strangled to death before stuffed in bag

By DAWN CHAN – 15 March 2016 @ 4:54 PM

KLANG: The body which was found stuffed in a suitcase left inside a drain in Kampung Bukit Kapar yesterday, was that of a woman who had been strangled to death.

Klang Utara district deputy OCPD Superintendent Omar Sappi said this was revealed in post mortem results carried out on the victim, who was aged between 30 and 40.

“The body had decomposed. Three strangulation marks were found on the victim’s neck. A purple beaded shawl was also found on her neck,” he said.

He said the victim, whose race and nationality had yet to be determined, was five feet tall and fair-skinned.

She was clad in a purple round neck T-shirt and a pair of black slacks.


Selendang bermanik yang dipercayai digunakan untuk menjerut mangsa ditemui.


Body of woman found in suitcase

The body of a woman, with ligature marks on the neck, was found stuffed in a black Polo suitcase in Kampung Bukit Kapar, Meru yesterday.

Klang Utara deputy police chief Supt Nor Omar Sappi said there was no identification document found on the victim, believed to be in her 30s and clad in purple T-shirt and black pants.

“Based on the post-mortem report, there were three ligature marks caused by a purple-beaded shawl on the neck,” he said through WhatsApp today.

He believed the victim was killed elsewhere.

10 March 2016

By HANI SHAMIRA SHAHRUDIN – 10 March 2016 @ 2:54 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: A parang-wielding robber was shot on his right buttock by a security guard while trying to rob a convenience store in Setapak earlier today.
The robber and an accomplice had at 11.20am tried to flee with their stash of mobile phone prepaid cards worth thousands of ringgit, after holding up the store.
However, a security guard, attached to a money changer outlet next door, saw the commotion and opened fire on the robbers.
One of the robbers was shot in the buttocks while the other robber managed to flee.

Their four other accomplices, who were waiting on motorcycles outside, hastily made their escape after seeing the commotion.Read More :


Pengawal keselamatan melepaskan tembakan&mengenai bahagian punggung suspek.

Translated from Malay by

Security guards opened fire on the suspect & buttocks.

Dua penjenayah cedera ditembak pengawal keselamatan selepas cuba menyamun sebuah premis pengurup wang di Setapak, ibu negara pagi tadi. Salah seorang suspek yang cedera berjaya diberkas, manakala lima yang lain sempat melarikan diri. Kumpulan penjenayah itu sempat menyamun kedai runcit bersebelahan dan melarikan kad tambah nilai prabayar berjumlah RM5,000.

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Two criminals shot security after attempting a premise menyamun pengurup wang on the trail, Capital City this morning. One suspect injured successfully bundled, while five others had a chance to escape. Criminal groups that menyamun grocery store next to flee add value card prepaid amounting rm5, 000.
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