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Friday, 9 December 2016

Police seized a total of RM15.5mil worth of illegal drugs in raids on several dens and a manufacturing lab in Bukit Jalil and Klang.

Cops raid drug dens and seize over RM15mil worth of narcotics

     
    KUALA LUMPUR: Police seized a total of RM15.5mil worth of illegal drugs in raids on several dens and a manufacturing lab in Bukit Jalil and Klang.
    The haul from the Dec 6 operation was also the largest seizure of ketamin this year, amounting to 210kg of that drug alone.
    Bukit Aman Narcotics Crime Investigation Department (NCID) director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff said police seized ketamine amounting to 162kg between January and late November.
    “But this one operation yielded a whopping 210kg,” he told a press conference in Bukit Aman yesterday.
    Asked whether the huge seizure meant that police had busted a major supplier of ketamine, or that demand for the drug was on the rise, he said police were still investigating.
    “We will get to the bottom of this,” he added.
    Comm Mohd Mokhtar said three men, aged 33, 35 and 37, were arrested when teams from the NCID and Special Tactical Intelligence Narcotics Group (STING) raided a number of apartment units in Bukit Jalil and Klang.
    “We also uncovered a drug lab, believed to be processing syabu. We are investigating how long this syndicate has been operating,” he said.
    Aside from the ketamin, police also seized 9,500 Erimin 5 pills, 6,510 Ecstasy pills and 5.8kg of liquid syabu.
    “We believe the drugs were imported from China and meant for the local market.
    “The drugs, especially ketamin, would likely have been distributed at entertainment outlets in the Klang Valley,” he said.
    The suspects have been remanded until Dec 14.
    Comm Mohd Mokhtar said about RM211.98mil worth of drugs had been seized by police since January.
    “We also seized RM98.85mil worth of assets belonging to drug syndicates,” he said.
    The successes would not have been possible without public co-operation, he said.
    “The best weapon against crime, especially the drug menace, is co-operation between police and the public,” he said.

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