Malaysian Police recovers stolen luxury cars

Malaysian Police recovers stolen luxury cars

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
09 Apr 2013

The man would advertise and sell the cars with forged road tax documents and insurance to gullible victims at super low prices. One such person bought 4 cars. He is not the only one. Malaysian police have persuaded the owners of 15 cars bought from the 48 year old criminal to verify the car's status.

Theft of and from vehicles have been on the up. In an unrelated case, a notorious motorcycle robbery gang was busted, with 11 members arrested and 15 motorcycles confiscated. The gang has robbed almost 50 victims in the peninsula.

To curb the increase in numbers, Malaysian police have assembled a special task force to track down and arrest the theives.

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