Cops seize wildlife parts in Johor


Major seizure: Comm Zulkifli (second from left) showing the seized items at the press conference at Seri Alam Police headquarters. Looking on are Comm Mohd Khalil (left) and Jamalun (in white).

JOHOR BARU: Police have crippled a syndicate believed to be involved in smuggling wildlife animal parts to Johor from Indonesia.

Officers seized wildlife parts worth RM1mil destined for China.

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