Cops solve copper cable theft with arrest of four men

18/5/2022 1:04:00 PM

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PUTRAJAYA : Police have solved a copper earth cable theft at the Alamanda Shopping Centre here with the arrest of four local men including a former sec...

PUTRAJAYA, May 18 - Putrajaya District Police Chief, ACP A. Asmadi Abdul Aziz (second, left) with police officers show the copper wire of the earth cable and other booty as well as the face of the suspect in the cable theft case in Putrajaya at the press conference on the successful arrest of the case in Putrajaya District Police Headquarters today. BERNAMAPIX

PUTRAJAYA: Police have solved a copper earth cable theft at the Alamanda Shopping Centre here with the arrest of four local men including a former security guard of the shopping centre.Putrajaya district police chief ACP A. Asmadi Abdul Aziz said that three of the men were detected stealing the cable on level one of the shopping centre at about 9 am on May 10 based on a closed-circuit television recording.

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05- 18- 2022 05:13 PM PUTRAJAYA, May 18 - Putrajaya District Police Chief, ACP A.Comm Mohd Shuhaily said the statement was recorded two days after the incident, which has gone viral in social media.Comm Mohd Shuhaily said the statement was recorded two days after the incident, which has gone viral in social media.ACP Azman said the victim is a millionaire and has several businesses in Bukit Kemuning Shah Alam and Kuala Lumpur.

Asmadi Abdul Aziz (second, left) with police officers show the copper wire of the earth cable and other booty as well as the face of the suspect in the cable theft case in Putrajaya at the press conference on the successful arrest of the case in Putrajaya District Police Headquarters today. BERNAMAPIX PUTRAJAYA : Police have solved a copper earth cable theft at the Alamanda Shopping Centre here with the arrest of four local men including a former security guard of the shopping centre. ALSO READ: Driver who received services of police outriders in Penang being probed, says Hamzah On Sunday (May 8), police initiated an investigation after videos showing two traffic policemen escorting a private vehicle along Jalan Bukit Gambir went viral on social media. Putrajaya district police chief ACP A. The 20-second video, which was detected at 8. Asmadi Abdul Aziz said that three of the men were detected stealing the cable on level one of the shopping centre at about 9 am on May 10 based on a closed-circuit television recording.36pm on May 7, was uploaded on Facebook by a user named anwarazeez. He said the management of the shopping centre subsequently lodged a police report over the theft involving a loss of about RM6,800. The case is being investigated under Section 420 of the Penal Code for cheating.

He said the three suspects were nabbed at three different locations in Dengkil, Sepang, on May 12 and 13 which brought to the arrest of another individual who is the son of a used items shop owner in Taman Putra Perdana, Sepang. The video showed a policeman appearing to stop an oncoming car intending to make a turn, allowing the vehicle to run the red light. The video showed a policeman appearing to stop an oncoming car intending to make a turn, allowing the vehicle to run the red light. “An investigation found that the three individuals were friends and used a rented car for the cable theft. One of the culprits was suspected to be a former security guard at the shopping centre,” he told a media conference here today. The two traffic policemen seen on video escorting the private vehicle have been pulled from the field and reassigned to administrative duties pending investigation. Asmadi said among the items seized from them were a wire cutter, hacksaw and some green-coloured earth cable wires. Article type: metered. He said urine tests found the three suspects positive for drugs and they also possessed criminal records under Section 15(1)(A) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

According to him, two of the suspects have been charged at the Putrajaya Magistrate’s Court under Section 379 and 414 of the Penal Code while two others have become prosecution witnesses. Asmadi said cable thefts were increasing following the high demand and could fetch up to RM34 per kilogramme. “The activities should be nipped in the bud before they spread to government buildings and housing areas which would disrupt the communications system and power supply in Putrajaya,” he added. - Bernama .