Manhunt for robbers causes traffic jam on Penang Bridge

The security van that was hit by the robbers.

GEORGE TOWN: A manhunt is underway after armed robbers carted off RM230,000 from a security van near a bank on Jalan Tun Dr Awang in Bukit Jambul on Monday (Dec 16).

Police have set up roadblocks in an effort to catch the robbers who fled on motorcycles, causing a massive traffic jam on the Penang Bridge.

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