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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Two couples including constable policewoman detained in arms smuggling probe

Woman cop held in firearms smuggling probe

 
CHANGLUN: Police detained two couples, including a policewoman, in separate cars in a firearms smuggling probe and other criminal activities.
Sources close to the investigation said a team from the state police picked up the four suspects, aged between 26 and 41, during a crime prevention patrol duty at Km9.7 of the North-South Expressway here about 10.40pm Sunday.
In the first case, police found a sling bag with a Luger pistol, bullets and 30 pieces of 9mm bullets wrapped in a Thai-language newspaper in a Perodua Myvi which was driven by a husband and wife, aged 31 and 26 respectively.
The source said they found a set of police uniform that belonged to the 26-year-old woman, who is a police constable in Kuala Lumpur.
"Initial investigations revealed that her husband admitted that the pistol, which he bought for RM3,000 from a man in Thailand, belonged to him," said the source, adding that the man just wanted to keep the pistol.
Subsequently police checked another couple, aged 41 and 35, from Selangor who were travelling in a BMW but no firearms were found.
However, checks on the 41-year-old man revealed that he had several criminal records for gang robbery, criminal intimidation and theft, and had been on the police wanted list for voluntarily causing hurt using dangerous weapons.
The source said the four suspects had been taken to the Kubang Pasu police headquarters for investigations under Section 8 of the Firearms Act (Heavier Penalty) 1972 and Section 8A of the Firearms Act 1960.
Meanwhile, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar congratulated the team for the success.
"Congratulations Kedah CID and Bukit Aman (Federal Police) CID for successfully detaining four people in Changlun, Kedah this morning and seizing a (smuggled) pistol," he said in his official Twitter account. - Bernama

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