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Police and Customs team up to fight crime in the country

GENTING HIGHLANDS: The police and the Customs Department have formed five joint committees to tackle multiple crimes, including the smuggling of illicit cigarettes, drugs and other contraband, said Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun.


‘Recent shakeups within JPJ and current police probe will not affect ongoing work’

PUTRAJAYA: The recent shakeups within the Road Transport Department (JPJ) will not affect enforcement efforts, said Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.


New wheels for Customs Dept

PUTRAJAYA: Smugglers and tontos beware. Customs officers will be even more prepared now with a fleet of new modified vehicles when facing “foes” at the country’s border points.


Ruining border security for a paltry RM50

BUKIT KAYU HITAM: For just RM50 per job, tontos are willing to “sell themselves and the nation” to the smuggling trade, a Kedah Malay­sia Border Security Agency (Aksem) source said.


Smuggler and tonto nabbed while changing tyre

KOTA TINGGI: A smuggler and a tonto were arrested while chan­g­ing the flat tyre of a lorry near Batu Tiga here.


Authorities to use technology too

SEPANG: If errant lorry drivers and tontos think they can outsmart the authorities using techno­logy, they should think again, said Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.


We’re not breaking the law, say lorry drivers

PETALING JAYA: Lorry drivers are frustrated that they have become the target of authorities simply for having the push-to-talk application Zel­­lo in their phones.


‘Tontos’ ride off into the sunset

MALACCA: The “tontos” are riding off into the sunset and have started looking for new jobs.


‘Modus operandi’ uncovered during traffic op in KL

PETALING JAYA: Police stumbled upon the new modus operandi of errant lorry drivers during an operation on March 23 to nab lorries heading into the city during peak hours.


Errant lorrymen getting smart

PETALING JAYA: Tontos – men who trail enforcement officers to tip off traffic wrongdoers – are going out of fashion. But it’s not exactly good news for the authorities.