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Narathiwat Police Pledge To Hand Over Criminals To Kelantan Police
Kelantan Police chief Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman said that they would send a sketch of the criminals face who escaped to be traced by Narathiwat Police.
"If the criminals are arrested there, Narathiwat Police have promised to hand over them over to Kelantan Police," he told reporters after chairing the first bilateral meeting 2014 between Narathiwat Police and Kelantan Police here, today.
The Narathiwat Police delegation was led by its chief, Maj. Gen. Pattanawut Angkanawin.
Jalaludin said the collaboration will enable them to exchange information in order to curb criminal activities including smuggling.
"Narathiwat Police have agreed to help us in dealing with crimes. We hope that this collaboration will help to address cross border crimes."
He said the collaboration was also to curb car theft, smuggling of firearms and drugs.
"Narathiwat Police will help us to curb the smuggling of 'pil kuda' (methamphetamine) into Malaysia," he added.
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