Nine Including Eight Nigerians Arrested Over Scam Activities In Malaysia



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Police have arrested eight Nigerian
nationals and a local in
Cyberjaya near here on
suspicion of being involved in
African Scam activities resulting in losses amounting to more
than RM7.2 million.
The matter was confirmed by
Inspector-General of Police (IGP)
Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar in a
Twitter posting today which mentioned the crimes involved
two groups.
He congratulated the Federal
Police (Bukit Aman) Commercial
Crimes Investigation Department
(CCID) which conducted the arrests.
“Well done CCID@PDRMsia Bukit
Aman for apprehending nine
people (eight Nigerians) and
smashing two African Scam
groups in Cyberjaya with victims’ losses exceeding RM7.2 million.
#GoPDRMGo,” he said.
Meanwhile, in another case,
police also held 23 individuals
including a chemist from India,
suspected of being involved in drug processing in Johor Baru,
Johor.
Khalid said the raid on a
ketamine processing laboratory
was carried out by the Bukit
Aman Special Tactical Intelligence Narcotics Group
(STING).
He said STING seized 269 kg of
ketamine in the raid.
“Well done STING @PDRMsia for
nabbing 23 people including a chemist from India and
smashing a ketamine processing
laboratory in Johor Bahru.
Seized 269 kilogrammes #
GoPDRMGo,” he said.