Car damaged in ruckus after KL-JDT Super League match

KUALA LUMPUR: A car was damaged in the ruckus after a Malaysia Super League match here on Saturday (May 25) night.

In a statement on Sunday (May 26), Cheras police chief Asst Comm Ravindar Singh Sarban Singh said that a video of the incident had been uploaded to YouTube and added that it clearly shows what happened outside the Cheras Stadium here.

"Investigations showed that supporters had exited the stadium and started throwing objects and fireworks outside.

Following this incident the police had also received a police report from a complainant that stated that a car window had been smashed of which investigations have been opened under Section 427 of the Penal Code," he said.

ACP Ravindar added that efforts to track down the suspects are underway, and urged for all to not speculate on the matter.

He said that those with information on the incident are urged to contact their nearest police station.

The match between Kuala Lumpur and Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) led to a 1-5 scoreline.

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