Cops cripple drug trafficking syndicate, arrest man with over 2kg of syabu

  • Nation
  • Monday, 06 Jul 2020

KAJANG: Police crippled a suspected drug trafficking operation with the arrest of a man who was found with more than 2kg of syabu in a condominium in Balakong.

Kajang OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Zaid Hassan said the 29-year-old was arrested at 10.40pm on Saturday (July 4), after police received information about his alleged activities.

"We found about 2.4kg of syabu and what we believe is methamphetamine powder weighing over 760g, as well as 32 Ecstacy pills," he said, adding that the drugs were estimated to be valued at RM317,695.

ACP Mohd Zaid said the drugs are believed to be meant for users in the Klang Valley.

Police also seized a luxury car, which is believed to have been used to transport drugs, as well as RM10,000 in various denominations.

The suspect, who allegedly ran the trafficking operation for about six months, was also found to have a record for criminal intimidation.

The suspect has been remanded until July 11 to help with investigations.

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