We’ve leads on toxic dump suspects, says IGP

  • Nation
  • Monday, 18 Mar 2019

PASIR GUDANG: Police have several strong leads that point to the suspects involved in the chemical dumping, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun.

He said they received 76 reports of chemical dumping at Sungai Kim Kim here.

“All of the reports are on the chemical spill and we are investigating them,” he said when met after visiting the medic base at Pasir Gudang Indoor Stadium here yesterday.

He said police stationed about 150 personnel within the chemical-hit area to safeguard houses that have been left behind by residents there due to the disaster.

“We have about three platoons here and nine roadblocks.

“I hope people will adhere to police instructions when coming to the area.

“We will not allow lorries or heavy vehicles that have nothing to do with the disaster relief effort to enter the area,” he said.

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