Malaysian police foil attempt to smuggle stolen machines

KLANG (Bernama) – Malaysian police have thwarted an attempt to smuggle nine plastic injection mould machines valued at RM3.6 million that were stolen from a food-manufacturing factory, during a raid on Wednesday. Klang Utara District Police Chief ACP Nurulhuda Mohd Salleh said during the 2.30 pm raid at a warehouse in Bandar Sultan Suleiman, the police managed to arrest the three male suspects and seized two trailers that were believed to be used to move out the machines. More details in Friday’s Borneo Bulletin