Cops cripple international syndicate running ‘Macau Scam’ in Klang Valley

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 16 Dec 2014

Police arrested 60 Taiwanese and Chinese nationals, who were found to be part of an international syndicate that scams people by posing as bank or government officials.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian and Chinese police crippled an international syndicate running the infamous ‘Macau Scam’ that had swindled over RM12mil from Chinese and Taiwanese victims here.

An operation led by SAC Kamaruddin Md Din, saw officers from China’s Interpol and Bukit Aman’s Commercial Crime Investigation Department arresting 60 suspects during raids in three houses in the Klang Valley.

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