KAJANG: The federal police Narcotics Examination Department detained six people in 5 raids in Kajang, Gombak and Melaka over two days, netting syabu worth RM10 million.It is comprehended
that the drugs, weighing 141.27 kg, concealed in tea powder packages, were brought in from Thailand prior to being distributed in the local market by the syndicate.Department director, Datuk Seri Mohmad Salleh
, stated the raids, were performed by the Special Tactical Intelligence Narcotics Group( STING), with the cooperation of the Selangor and Melaka authorities’s Narcotics Investigation Department, began at 11.20 pm and ended at 12.30 am on Friday night.He stated the very first raid happened in Jalan Bukit Kajang here, where a male in
his 30s was jailed. He is thought to be the leader of the distribute. A subsequent raid at a shop house in Jalan Tun Abdul Aziz, also in Kajang, resulted in the discovery of 120 packets of drugs weighing 127 kg.”We likewise robbed a condominium in Taman Sri Gombak, where 2 males in their 50s, together with a Thai lady in
her 30s, were apprehended. There, we discovered 11 packages and 4 containers of drugs, all syabu, weighing 12.8 kg, “he informed a press conference at the Kajang district authorities head office, this early morning. Some of the foreign and regional bank notes took from the criminals. Photo by ZULFADHLI ZULKIFLI The cops group then robbed an area in Bukit Pulau, Melaka, where a female was arrested. Checks turned
up a pistol, with two magazines and 90 bullets.”In this raid, we seized three packets of drugs weighing 25kg. The group then robbed a location in Klebang, Melaka where a man in his 50s was apprehended,” he said.Mohmad stated police believe that the drugs were generated from a neighbouring country prior to being dispersed here by a regional syndicate.” All the suspects have actually been remanded up until April 5 for further examination under Section 39 (B)of the Unsafe Drugs Act 1952. 2 of the suspects have rap sheets,”he stated.