• Press Release

    The burglars of the drains are hunted


    POLIS Putrajaya received eight reports from the population on the case of aftershocks on the cover of the drainage tape on social media over the past few days.

    Putrajaya District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Rosly Hassan said he was investigating the case in the residential area of Presint 8 and Presint 11.

    "The police received reports and investigations were opened under Section 379 of the Penal Code. Investigations to identify suspects are being actively carried out by us, "he said when contacted to NSTP today.

    Meanwhile, residents, Carlos Basri said the video was a closed-circuit television (CCTV) that was installed at residents' homes.

    "When viewed through the CCTV footage, criminals are the same person but use different vehicles.

    "It can be said that the activity was done when the homeless was at 9am to 10am or at 12 midnight.

    "Currently, Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) has started to work to close the drain hole using cement to prevent any untoward incidents. We hope the police can identify the thief as soon as possible, "he said.

    It is learned that more than 100 drainage drains at Precinct 8 and 11 were stolen by a man on two different vehicles, Perodua Alza and Proton Wira.

    In the video on the Whatsapp and Facebook app, the thieves were seen putting their vehicles near the drainage iron before lifting the iron and placed on the back of the driver and the bonnet of the vehicle.

    In addition, the CCTV footage also showed that the suspect not only took the drainage iron at the house, but in his vehicle there were still some of the same iron before it was closed with a red cloth.