MMEA identifies vessel that stole oil


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  • Friday, 14 Aug 2015

PUTRAJAYA: Authorities have identified the vessel that received the marine oil siphoned off in the robbery of Singaporean tanker MT Joaquim, said Maritime Vice-Admiral Datuk Ahmad Puzi Ab Kahar.

The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agen­­cy (MMEA) deputy director-general (operations) said the authorities were still tracking the ship that made off with the 3,500 metric tonnes of marine oil.

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