Over 530,000 litres of contraband beer, liquor seized from Selangor stores


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  • Friday, 04 Dec 2015

PETALING JAYA: More than 530,000 litres of contraband beer and liquor have been pulled off the shelves in Selangor stores as the Customs Department moves to cripple Malaysia’s illicit alcohol market.   

According to Selangor Customs director Datuk Badaruddin Mohamed Rafik, officers raided 345 stores this year as part of its ongoing anti-contraband Ops Outlet which began in 2010.  

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