Cops arrest four foreigners for trespassing at a navy facility in Pulau Indah


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 29 May 2024

KLANG: Police have arrested four men after they allegedly tried to trespass into a Royal Malaysian Navy facility here.

In a statement on Wednesday (May 29), South Klang OCPD Asst Comm Cha Hoong Fong said that an officer from the Navy's National Hydrographic Center in Pulau Indah notified the police of the incident on May 26 at around 8pm.

The complainant told the police that four men had been caught trespassing at the facility's main entrance.

"Investigations showed that at around 6pm, navy personnel on duty found four men, believed to be foreigners, loitering at the entrance. Not long after, the four walked to the front of the main entrance and pretended to take photos.

"They were then caught and handed over to the police for further investigation," he said.

Four men, aged 21 to 36, were arrested by responding policemen at the scene. Checks showed that none had prior police records.

They have been remanded for three days until May 29.

"The investigating officer is currently completing the investigating paper and will refer it soon to the deputy public prosecutor for further instructions," he said.

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