Cops: Vehicle thefts on a decline

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  • Wednesday, 27 Mar 2019

Various devices used by vehicle-jacking syndicates and groups.

KUALA LUMPUR: Ground intelligence, including surveillance and undercover activities, led police to cripple major car theft syndicates, bringing down the number of stolen vehicles drastically in the last five years.

Federal police are not letting up in “breaking” this billion-ringgit industry and are looking for those behind these elusive operations .

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