Judge shoos off intruder


KUALA LUMPUR: A High Court judge and his wife were shocked when they found an intruder in their house lawn in Segambut.

Sentul OCPD Asst Comm R. Munusamy said the couple was at home when the wife noticed a stranger in their garden at about 4.55pm on Saturday.

“She then informed her husband, who demanded the man get off their property and threatened to call the police,” he said yesterday.

The suspect then left by climbing a wall at the back of the house, he added.

ACP Munusamy said about half an hour later, the man returned in a white Honda HRV bearing the licence plate WB 8080 E and apologised for trespassing before leaving.

A check revealed that the car was reported stolen on April 4, he added.

Those with information can contact the police hotline at 03-2115 9999 or visit the nearest police station.

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