Four nabbed in PJ for violating MCO


PETALING JAYA: Police detained four people on Sunday (Jan 17) for not complying with the movement control order.

"A foreigner in Kota Damansara, working at a restaurant there, was detained for not wearing a face mask while inside the restaurant.

"Meanwhile in Taman University, three local women aged 30 to 51, were caught at a licensed lottery shop for operating a business that was not listed as an essential service," said Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Nik Ezanee Mohd Faisal in a statement on Monday (Jan 18).

He also urged the public to comply with the MCO, and that failure to do so will lead to police action.

"Failure to comply will lead to compounds of RM1,000 or being caught and charged in court according to the law," he said.

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