Marine cops arrest six for illegal sand mining

11/6/2022 8:52:00 AM

Marine cops arrest six for illegal sand mining

Sabah & Sarawak, Sibu

Marine cops arrest six for illegal sand mining

SIBU: Marine police here have arrested six people for extracting sand illegally in Paradom on Friday (June 10).

Region Five Marine Police Force (PPMW5) Commander Assistant Commissioner Zulfikar Mohd Ghazali said they also seized the vessel and sand with an estimated value of RM2.6mil."A police team led by an officer and three members of the force conducted an operation to inspect a ship carrying out sand extraction activities in waters off Paradom," he said.

He said that the captain of the ship failed to produce a licence for extracting sand."Apart from that, the ship's license has also expired. The ship and all equipment, sand and the six crew of the ship were also detained for committing offenses under the Sarawak Land Code," he added.

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6mil. "A police team led by an officer and three members of the force conducted an operation to inspect a ship carrying out sand extraction activities in waters off Paradom," he said. “Intelligence by a special team found that the syndicates namely Geng Kupang, Geng Humairah, Geng Chot, Geng Pondok and Geng Junjong have been responsible for motorcycle theft in the district and other parts of Penang. He said that the captain of the ship failed to produce a licence for extracting sand. "Apart from that, the ship's license has also expired. ACP Shafee said during the operations, police recovered 12 motorcycles, three chassis and an engine. The ship and all equipment, sand and the six crew of the ship were also detained for committing offenses under the Sarawak Land Code," he added. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription.

He said the case will be handed over and referred to the Investigating Officer of the Land and Survey Department, Sibu Division for further action. Article type: free. Article type: free .