Syndicate preying on luxury car owners for prized auto parts

Chopped up: Shafa’aton (right) inspecting some of the automotive components and half-cut vehicles after police crippled a syndicate involved in fraudulent disposal of stolen vehicles. — RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

SUNGAI BULOH: A syndicate preyed on vehicle owners desperate to get rid of luxury vehicles with high maintenance bills.

They would offer to sell the vehicles off for the owners but halfway through the process, they would claim that the vehicle had been stolen.

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