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Tangkak dis­trict po­lice chief Su­per­in­ten­dent Mo­had Idris Sam­suri, who con­firmed that the AES camera and its pole were van­dalised, said in­ves­ti­ga­tors were look­ing into the in­ci­dent.

“It could have hap­pened on Fri­day night as the next morn­ing, a po­lice high­way pa­trol car saw the AES camera had been van­dalised,” he said.

Idris said the in­ci­dent only af­fected the AES camera on the north­bound lane of the ex­press­way. There is an­other AES camera nearby on the south­bound lane.

“The case is be­ing in­ves­ti­gated un­der Sec­tion 427 of the Pe­nal Code for com­mit­ting mis­chief and da­m­age to pub­lic prop­erty.

“If con­victed, the of­fender can be jailed up to three months or fined, or both.”

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