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Saturday, 10 June 2017

The Susu Kangkang Gang has grown bolder since the release of its members from prison late last year and will not hesitate to use violence.

Susu Kangkang ring grows violent after release of members

 
PETALING JAYA: The Susu Kangkang Gang has grown bolder since the release of its members from prison late last year and will not hesitate to use violence.
Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Zani Che Din said one of the members slashed a hypermarket security guard in Kelana Jaya with a knife on May 20 while they fled with baby formula hidden underneath their clothes.
Police managed to track down the gang after a report was lodged and arrested four suspects aged between 25 and 49 at another super­market in Dataran Sunway on June 7.
“The two men and two women from Sabah were caught in the act when police ambushed them at the entrance of the supermarket,” ACP Mohd Zani said.
In the incident, one of the suspects tried to hit an officer with a metal baton.
“The gang is so named because they would smuggle baby formula from supermarkets under their clothes and between their thighs,” he said at a press conference.
ACP Mohd Zani said the women would enter the shops pretending to be pregnant while the men acted as lookouts.
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Impressive haul: ACP Mohd Zani (centre) showing the baby formula seized from the Susu Kangkang Gang.
In the operation, police retrieved 21 cans and 17 boxes of baby formula.
“The stolen items would be resold to smaller shops in squatter areas,” he said, adding that they made headlines last year when they were arrested in Kajang for the same crime.
In a separate case, police also arrested four men in their 30s for printing counterfeit notes.
Police first arrested a man in a house in Sg Way on June 7, where he was found with eight pieces of counterfeit RM100 notes and other unfinished counterfeits.
Police arrested another three men in a house in Desa Mentari at 6am yesterday for the same offence and found 13 more counterfeit RM100 notes.
“We believe the notes were used to fool cashiers at 24-hour convenience stores, especially immigrant cashiers who have difficulty spotting fakes,” ACP Mohd Zani said.
He said all the suspects have criminal records and are believed to have learnt how to make fake notes from the Internet.

Read more at http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/06/10/gang-milking-their-freedom-susu-kangkang-ring-grows-violent-after-release-of-members/#8Ve1TcvuQ3iE8cIC.99

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