Cops wipe out ‘Gang 21’

The Sun (Malaysia) - - NEWS WITHOUT BORDERS -

KUALA LUMPUR: Po­lice have wiped out the “Gang 21” se­cret so­ci­ety in Kuala Se­lan­gor with the ar­rest on Mon­day night of 12 mem­bers in­clud­ing their leader and his deputy in a spe­cial Ops Can­tas op­er­a­tion known as “Op­er­a­tion Fire­fly”.

In the 15-hour op­er­a­tion, po­lice nabbed the gang’s num­ber two man who is al­leged to have been in­volved in the mur­ders of two men in Kuala Se­lan­gor in 2002.

Deputy di­rec­tor of Bukit Aman’s anti-vice, gam­ing and se­cret so­ci­ety di­vi­sion (D7) Datuk Ro­haimi Isa said all the in­di­vid­u­als, aged be­tween 20 and 46, were caught af­ter po­lice had mon­i­tored their move­ments for about three months.

“The op­er­a­tion in­volved 20 po­lice of­fi­cers and 48 men from the D7 headed by ACP Amir Rashid,” he said.

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