KUALA LUMPUR: Police have seized more than RM1.2mil worth of drugs and crippled a drug ring active in the Klang Valley.
City Narcotics Crime Investigation Department chief Asst Comm Sahar Abd Latif said Op Conglomerate was conducted at 3.20pm on Wednesday (Aug 4).
"We arrested three local men and two foreign women aged between 29 and 55.
"Our investigations revealed the syndicate leader was a 55-year-old suspect and his 29-year-old son was also part of the ring," he said in a statement on Friday (Aug 6).
He said they also conducted raids at Pudu Ulu, Cheras and Puchong.
"We seized 20.38kg of methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) powder, 26.59litres of MDMA liquid, 277g of methamphetamines, 500 erimin 5 pills, 65 ecstasy pills, 182 MDMA capsules, and RM3,420 in cash during these raids.
"The seizures are believed to be worth RM1.2mil," he said, adding that further investigations revealed the syndicate was using two premises as storage facilities for the drugs.
ACP Sahar said all the suspects have been remanded to assist in the investigation.
"We believe the syndicate has been active for over three months in the Klang Valley," he said.
Those with information on similar cases should contact the police hotline at 03-2115 9999 or visit the nearest police station.