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Fish monger who thought drugs a better "catch" held

Last Update: 13/06/2019

SHAH ALAM, June 13  (Bernama) - - A 39-year-old fish monger whose side business was peddling drugs, was arrested in a police raid on an apartment in Section 16  here at 2.15 pm yesterday.

Shah Alam police chief  ACP Baharudin Mat Taib said the suspect led police to an electrical switch room near his unit where he had hidden 145.7 grammes of cannabis.

He said the suspect, who had six drug related records, sourced his supply from Kuala Lumpur for distribution in his area and Padang Jawa nearby.

He added that in another raid at 1.30 pm in Padang Jawa the same day, police caught a 44-year-old  man in the middle of a drug transaction and seized  215 grammes of syabu worth  RM2,250.

In KLUANG, district police chief  ACP Mohd Abduh Ismail  said police arrested six men, all locals aged 23  to 29 years, on suspicion they had broken into the home of a 28-year-old woman in Sri Lalang here yesterday.

He said they escaped with valuables and the woman’s Honda Jazz car, altogether worth RM86,000.




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