Bintulu cops bust vice syndicate with arrest of seven

SIBU: Seven Chinese nationals offering sex services at RM250 per hour on social media  were arrested alongside two local men in two separate raids in Bintulu.

Bintulu OCPD Supt. Zulkipli Suhaili said the raids, codenamed Ops Noda, were conducted from Saturday (July 27) night to early Sunday (July 28) morning.

He added that the police believed they had put a stop to this vice syndicate with the arrest of the women aged between 21 to 34 from the Jalan Kidurong commercial centre.

"The first arrests were two women aged 25 and 28 at 7pm Saturday, where our officers also seized several condoms," he said.

The two women later led the police team to a massage centre that was located not far from their hotel where another five women, aged between 21 and 34, were detained together with two local men aged 30 and 33, he said.

"From an inspection of the premises, the anti-vice squad seized 107 condoms, a laptop computer, a tablet, a smartphone, foreign passports, CCTV set, RM719 and a business card," he added.
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