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Trio Were Organised Crime Members

DCP Hazani (second from right), ACP Fadil (second left) and other senior police offi cers with the weapons and other items seized from the suspects.


 March 1st, 2018  |  09:25 AM  |   364 views



The three gunmen who were shot dead by police in a plantation area in Batu 2 Jalan Kalabakan-Keningau near here on Tuesday were believed to be members of an organised crime group.


Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCom) commander DCP Datuk Hazani Ghazali said this was based on the tactical movements of the three suspects in the 3.20 pm incident on Tuesday.


“We have yet to ascertain their identity or which organised crime group they belong t, but based on the firearms that were used, we believe they were from a well-trained group.


“We are also investigating if this group belongs to the same one which attempted to activate a Daesh cell or base in Sabah as was said by the Inspector-General of Police before on daesh intention to set up a base in the state,” he told a media conference here yesterday.


Hazani said ESSCom would seek the assistance of the internal police to identify the suspects.


“They are not in ESSCom’s wanted list,” he said and believed their colleagues were still in the state.


He said they would also investigate how the weapons used by the suspects were brought into the state .


“The bullets seized in the incident are from various countries,” he said.


In the shoot-out on Tuesday, police also seized a Kancil car, which had been reported missing in Kota Kinabalu, a revolver with four 3.8 live bullets, a M4 Colt 456 rifle with two bullets, a samurai sword, a black bag containing nine 3.8 live bullets and two packets, believed to contain drug.


On another development, Hazani said the Road ChecK Point (RCP), involving the police and the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM), would be implemented soon in Kalabakan, Tawau and Telupid.



courtesy of THE BORNEO POST

by Christy Chok


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