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Two soldiers plead not guilty to snatch theft

Two Special Forces commandos from Sungai Udang camp, who were to be sentenced Wednesday for snatching a woman's handbag that contained RM8 and other personal belongings, changed their plea to not guilty.

On alert against snatch thieves

Snatch thefts,sadly,seem an inevitable part of urban living.WONG LIZA explores this issue in the second of a three-part series on taking action against crimes that affect our personal safety.

You park at your own risk

Car parks in shopping complexes and office buildings have been the subject of intense scrutiny of late,with concerns that many of these facilities do not have adequate security features. DEVID RAJAH, IZATUN SHAARI, LAM LI and ANDREW SAGAYAM report.

Making campuses safe

The price of safety is vigilance. JOANNE LIM and SIMRIT KAUR look at the security measures put in place by colleges and universities to protect students.

Standing united against crime

Canny Ong#8217;s abduction, rape and murder has provoked much outrage because the incident has forced us to recognise that no one isinvulnerable to such attacks, and that we need to be vigilant and proactive in fighting crime, reports IVY SOON.

Police propose rules for tighter security

Police will submit a proposal to City Hall detailing five requirements to be imposed on building owners to improve security and safety at complexes in the city, City deputy police chief Senior Asst Comm (I) Datuk Ahmad Bahrin Idrus said.

Police propose rules for tighter security

Police will submit a proposal to City Hall detailing five requirements to be imposed on building owners to improve security and safety at complexes in the city, City deputy police chief Senior Asst Comm (I) Datuk Ahmad Bahrin Idrus said.

Junior officers held for snatch theft

Two junior officers attached to the Sungai Udang Army Camp were arrested by police 15 minutes after they snatched a factory worker's handbag which contained only RM8 and a cellphone and fled in a car near Mahkota Parade here.

MP receives 11 stitches after being mugged

BUKIT Mertajam MP Chong Eng received 11 stitches on her forehead and two fingers after she was mugged Tuesday morning in Petaling Jaya.

Ex-convict nabbed over series of rapes

City police finally caught up with a 22-year-old man who they believe is a prime suspect responsible for a series of rape cases here since October last year.