Syndicate selling cloned vehicles busted


KUALA LUMPUR: For six months, a syndicate has been luring doe-eyed customers to buy cloned luxury cars online at a price three times lower than the market value.

However, the syndicate was busted after the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and Road Transport Department (JPJ) seized 153 such vehicles valued at RM13mil at various spots in Terengganu this month.

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