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Sunday, 15 January 2017

Thanks to a Facebook page, 'Pre-Loved Sabah', two car thieves were arrested five hours after they stole a car at a shopping mall





FB page helps track two car thieves who stole Kancil at KK mall
NST




KOTA KINABALU: Thanks to a Facebook page, 'Pre-Loved Sabah', two car thieves were arrested five hours after they stole a car at a shopping mall here yesterday.

The men, aged 23 and 26, had allegedly stolen a Perodua Kancil from the mall's parking lot between 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

The 24-year-old car owner, upon realising that his car had gone missing, immediately lodged a police report.

He then shared the details of the incident and description of his vehicle on the Facebook page.

About 10pm the same day, netizens spotted the stolen vehicle with two men inside, near Bandar Sierra in Telipok.

One of them gave chase in his Toyota Hilux. During the car chase, the Kancil driver lost control of the vehicle and skidded into a drain.

During the crash, both suspects were pinned to their seats, unable to escape.

The driver of the Hilux, with the help of passers-by, apprehended the two men and handed them over to the police.

District police chief Assistant Commissioner M. Chandra confirmed the incident and said investigation is still ongoing.

Meanwhile, in an unrelated development, Chandra said 39 people, including 20 children aged between four months and 16, were detained during an operation to weed out illegal immigrants in Kota Kinabalu.

He said the 11-hour operation were conducted at Kampung Sukang Mapai in Luyang, Kampung Delima II at Suang Parai, Kampung Lokub in Menggatal, Kampung Gudong in Sepanggar, Kampung Sembulan in Sembulan, construction sites at Kampung Likas and in Bantayan in Inanam, and an illegal squatters near Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park.

Apart from the police, Chandra said police volunteer reserve, Malaysian Registration Department, Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd, City Hall enforcement personnel, and General Operation Force were also involved in the operation that started at 2am.

© New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd

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