Firm plundered Tanjung Tuan wreck over past two years


PETALING JAYA: The firm involved in the illegal salvage of shipwrecks off Penang has also scooped up more than RM20mil worth of scrap material from another wreckage in Negri Sembilan.

The Star’s probe into the illegal salvage activities showed the company had taken scrap metal and billets from the wreckage near Cape Rachado, off Tanjung Tuan in Negri Sembilan over the past two years.

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