Four suspects, including a policeman, nabbed for alleged robbery in JB
JOHOR BARU: Four men, including a 23-year-old policeman, were arrested for allegedly robbing a Nepali man here.
"One of the suspects is a police constable and the others worked as a construction worker, bus driver and tow truck driver."The arrests led us to a few locations where we seized items such as two cars, a police identification card, a pair of handcuffs, mobile phones, car keys, ATM cards, a gold necklace and some clothes.
"We believe that the group was involved in several other robberies since the start of the month," he said in a statement.He said that one of the suspects had a record of three previous crimes.ACP Dzulkhairi added the suspects were placed under remand for four days until May 9 for investigations under Section 384, Section 379(A) and Section 170 of the Penal Code.Read more: The Star »
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