Police searching for drug case suspect who fled Beluran roadblock

KOTA KINABALU: Police here are on the hunt for a suspect who fled after being stopped at a roadblock at Sapi Nangoh in Beluran on Friday (June 14).

The suspect is 27-year-old Justin Vau Langat, whose last known address was Long Nahan in Baram, Sarawak.

He was last seen driving a grey Proton Saga with the registration number SYR7763.

On the incident that he fled from, Beluran district police chief Supt Hasan Majid said the suspect was stopped at a roadblock manned by the General Operations Force (GOF).

He said that the suspect was accompanied in the car by a male passenger and added that the GOF personnel ordered one of the two men to join them in the inspection, to which the passenger obliged.

Upon checking, they noticed a black plastic bag at the tire storage area, and the driver suddenly accelerated and fled just as the plastic bag was retrieved.

Supt Hasan added that a crystalline substance believed to be syabu was found in the plastic bag, saying that it weighed at about 4.072kg and is estimated to be worth RM130,304.

Anyone with information on the suspect’s whereabouts are advised to contact Inspector Solahuddin Mohamad at 019-9810144, the Beluran police headquarters at 089-511222 or any nearby police station.

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