Cloned car seized in Kulim

Seeing double: The Toyota Wish car (right) seized from the youth and the legally registered car parked at the Kulim District police headquarters.

KULIM: A 31-year-old nurse from Penang was puzzled as to why she had been receiving traffic summonses for her Toyota Wish over the last four months.

She wanted to sell the car but before she could do that, a police officer called to tell her that they had detained a 19-year-old factory wor­ker for driving a vehicle of a similar model with the same colour and number plate.

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