Cops arrest five over Pandan Jaya break-in

13/1/2022 9:53:00 AM

Cops arrest five over Pandan Jaya break-in

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Cops arrest five over Pandan Jaya break-in

AMPANG: Police here have arrested five men here who are suspected of breaking into a Pandan Jaya house belonging to Armed Forces personnel and stealing valuables.

"We also seized a Proton Satria believed to have been used for the crime as well as a mobile phone and a wrist watch belonging to the victim," he said in a statement on Thursday (Jan 13).ACP Mohamad Farouk said that four suspects tested positive for drugs, adding that all had a prior criminal record.

On the incident itself, ACP Mohamad Farouk said the robbery occurred on Nov 28 last year"The victim claimed three men broke into the house and assaulted him. He suffered bruises to his head and body and three men escaped with the victim's mobile phone and wrist watch," he said.

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Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohamad Farouk Eshak said the suspects are aged between 24 and 39 years old, and were arrested at different locations in the Klang Valley on Wednesday (Jan 12).Pix for representational purpose only.Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Mohamad Fakhruddin Abdul Hamid said police were alerted to the group's activities after a house was broken into on Dec 24 last year.Telegram channel for the latest updates.

"We also seized a Proton Satria believed to have been used for the crime as well as a mobile phone and a wrist watch belonging to the victim," he said in a statement on Thursday (Jan 13). ACP Mohamad Farouk said that four suspects tested positive for drugs, adding that all had a prior criminal record. Petaling Jaya district police chief, ACP Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid said the men who are all locals aged between 39 and 59 were arrested in two locations in Pudu and Setapak on Jan 4 as a result of intelligence and public information. On the incident itself, ACP Mohamad Farouk said the robbery occurred on Nov 28 last year "The victim claimed three men broke into the house and assaulted him. He said based on intelligence gathering, police arrested three men aged between 39 and 59 in Dang Wangi and Setapak. He suffered bruises to his head and body and three men escaped with the victim's mobile phone and wrist watch," he said. Mohamad Fakhrudin said the ex-convicts’ modus operandi is to target unoccupied homes and would normally break in between 11 am and 3 pm when the house occupants are out at work. The suspects have been remanded until Tuesday (Jan 18), he added. “The suspects will throw stones or ring the bell to make sure nobody is in the house before breaking in,” he said at a press conference held at the Petaling Jaya police district headquarters here today.

Article type: metered . Mohamad Fakhrudin said the group was believed to be active about two months ago. "The three suspects had been released from detention under Poca in July last year," he said, adding that the group was believed to have begun their activities two months ago.