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POLICE arrested six men and seized items worth more than RM3.6 million during Op Kontraban raids, carried out at two separate locations in Selangor and Johor on Wednesday and Thursday.
Secretary to the Royal Malaysian Police Noorsiah Mohd Saaduddin said the first raid was carried out by the intelligence and special investigation branch of the Department of Internal Security and Public Order, in collaboration with the Selangor Health Department in Kajang, and seized 25,306 boxes and bottles of vape.
“The second raid was carried out in Johor Baru, targeting a gang involved in selling and re-purchasing subsidised diesel.,
“In the raid, six men were arrested and a total of 46,000 litres of diesel, four lorries, five diesel tanks, and equipment were seized,” she said in a statement today.
She added that the case was being investigated under section 13 (a) of the Poisons Act 1952 and section 21 of the Control of Supplies Act 1961.
“The value of the seizure for the two raids in the operations, from July 12 to 15, was RM3.69 million.
“Police will continue to be committed to carrying out operations to combat groups involved in contraband smuggling as well as misappropriation of controlled or subsidised goods, so that the leakage of national revenue can be curbed for the benefit of the community,” she said. – Bernama, July 18, 2022.