Diesel pirates were Indonesians, says MMEA


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  • Tuesday, 17 Jun 2014

PENGERANG: The group of pirates that seized 700,000 litres of diesel from a tanker off Tanjung Sedili are believed to be Indonesians, based on their accent.

The conclusion was drawn following initial investigations and statements recorded from the 13 Thai crew and Indonesian captain of the tanker.

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