Police 'Cantas Squad' teams to be deployed to check vehicle thefts in flood-hit areas

PUTRAJAYA: Police will mobilise their "Cantas Squad" to flood-hit areas to prevent the theft of vehicles damaged by floods, says Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.

"We will deploy this team and arrest those stealing vehicles of flood victims in all flood-affected areas," he said after a ceremony to hand over the instrument of appointment to new Deputy Inspector-General of Police here on Wednesday (Dec 22).

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