Cops nab man for threatening lorry driver with a knife in Klang

KLANG: Police have arrested a man after he allegedly threatened a lorry driver with a knife during a road rage incident.

The incident, which was caught on camera, occurred on Jalan Parang here on July 25.

"The victim was then overtaken and stopped by the suspect. The suspect approached him with a knife and threatened him by saying 'You don’t know me. Wait until I find you,'" said North Klang OCPD Asst Comm S. Vijaya Rao in a statement on Tuesday (July 26).

Earlier on Tuesday at 12.25am, police arrested a local man in his forties, within the Klang area.

According to police, urine tests conducted on the suspect came back negative for drugs.

"He has been remanded for three days. Checks showed that he had a prior criminal record for a stolen motorcycle case," he said.

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