KLIA may get more CCTVs to reduce pilfering


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  • Thursday, 31 Jul 2003

PUTRAJAYA: The Transport Ministry is considering installing more close-circuit cameras at KL International Airport to further reduce baggage pilferage. 

Its minister Datuk Chan Kong Choy said the Government viewed very seriously reports of items being stolen from baggage at the airport. 

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