The unfortunate fate of a thief…
Recently, on 15 February, a thief failed breaking into a house in Taman Khidmat, Sabah after two pets belonging to the owner of the house chased him out, which resulted in the thief climbing up the roof.
The incident occurred at 12.30pm when the criminal attempted to break into the house but his presence was noticed by the owner of the house. Of course, the owner contacted the police immediately.
The 38-year-old criminal was eventually arrested by the police moments later.
According to Harian Metro, Kota Kinabalu District Police Chief Assistant Commissioner Habibi Majinji said, the initial investigation found that the suspect was believed to have been trying to break into the house.
However, the suspect was chased by two dogs which made it difficult for him to escape and had to climb the roof of the house to escape them.
“The presence of the suspect was noticed by the 65-year-old occupant of the house who immediately contacted the police for immediate assistance,” he explained.
“A police team immediately rushed to the scene before successfully detaining the suspect and taking him to the Luyang Police Station for further action,” he said.
Habibi said, when arrested, the suspect was also found holding an iron rod. He also said the results of the urine test found the suspect to be positive for syabu.
The check also found that the suspect had a previous record at the Kota Belud IPD, according to Section 15 (1) (a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act (ADB) 1952
“The suspect is currently being remanded for further investigation and the case is being investigated under Section 447 of the Penal Code,” he said.
What are your thoughts on this story? Let us know in the comment section below.
RM60,000 Worth Of Fines Issued At Penang Homestay For Violation Of SOPs During MCO 3.0
The owner of a homestay in Kepala Batas was fined RM20,000 while 10 customers were fined RM4,000 each for violating...
Diners in SG Will Be Fined Over RM900 If They Don’t Clean Their Tables At Hawker Centres Starting 1 Sept
Wonder when this will be implemented in Malaysia! Singapore’s National Environment Agency (NEA) issued a statement today (14 May) that...
S’pore Implements No Dine-In Order And 2 People Per Gathering With Less Than 50 Cases A Day
The government of Singapore has just implemented that dining-in is prohibited at eateries and hawker centres, allowing only takeaways and...
[UPDATE] PDRM Arrests 21yo Man To Assist Investigations For The “Kerajaan Gagal” Protest
Yesterday (13 May), a video went viral where a large group of people were seen blocking a traffic light with...
M’sian Kantoi After Making Fake Report About Stolen Car To Use Insurance Money For Wedding
Most people would have to save up for at least a year to be able to afford a wedding as...
News23 hours ago
Large Group Seen Protesting At Batu Pahat Traffic Light With Huge ‘Kerajaan Gagal’ Banner
News22 hours ago
Man Stabbed To Death By Ex Brother-In-Law On First Day Of Hari Raya Over Child Dispute
News5 hours ago
KL Woman Loses RM18,000 After Hacker Transfers Money From Her Bank Account Without OTP
Social Stories6 hours ago
PAS Politician Deactivates Social Media Accounts After Netizens Find Gay Porn In His “Likes”