Man admits to housebreaking


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  • Thursday, 01 Apr 2004

KUALA LUMPUR: A wholesale market worker admitted to committing housebreaking and stealing 16 items from a school's sports store. 

E. Luke Reginalt, 20, from Jalan Kolam Air, pleaded guilty to stealing, among others, a printer, a typewriter, a keyboard, two plastic camps, eight badminton racquets and three hockey sticks, worth RM3,000. 

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