MACC seeks 12 men in investigation of vice protection racket


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 02 Aug 2017

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is seeking 12 men to assist in its probe into a vice protection racket involving police officers in Melaka.

Nine police officers and three others have been arrested so far in the investigation.

MACC said in a statement on Wednesday that the 12 men were required to help in the probe.

The men are:

1. Tee Kian Yee, 28, last known address in Pandamaran, Port Klang

2. Ng Kok Yuan, 28, last known address in Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2, Klang

3. Lim Chin Wah, 32, last known address in Kg Lapan, Melaka

4. Ng Kim Boon, 50, last known address in Taman Anika, Melaka

5. Goh Tse Yuan, 29, last known address in Seksyen 3, Melaka

6. Tan Kai Boon, 26, last known address in Felda Kemendor, Jasin, Melaka

7.Chua Kiew Chai, 50, last known address in Batu 9, Cheras

8. Khor Chee How, 38, last known address in Taman Mewah Jaya 3, Klang

9. Tan Seng Hwee, 30, last known address in Sungai Mati, Ledang

10. Sah Kok Onn, 31, last known address in Taman Berkeley, Klang

11. Teoh Song Peng, 48, last known address in Plentong, Masai, Johor

12. Tan Wee Kok, 24, last known address in Bandar Hilir, Melaka

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