Artefacts stolen from Pangkor Gallery

Manjung Municipal Council president Syamsul Hazeman Md Salleh said the incident was discovered after a gallery worker noticed a broken window.

LUMUT (Bernama): Thieves broke into the Pangkor Gallery in Sungai Pinang, Pulau Pangkor, and escaped with a number of objects and artefacts worth RM15,000.

Manjung Municipal Council president Syamsul Hazeman Md Salleh said among the items were Japanese currency collections, an antique iron, pottery as well as several decorative items, some of which were close to a century old.

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