Penang chief cop: No search warrant needed when investigating arrestable offence

GEORGE TOWN: Police do not need a warrant to do a premises search if the case they are investigating involves an arrestable offence, says Penang police chief Comm Datuk Mohd Shuhaily Mohd Zain.

Comm Mohd Shuhaily was commenting on a case where a woman refused to allow a group of policemen in plain clothes to enter her apartment because she did not believe they were real police officers.

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