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Got this info from a friend's FB. For those who lost their beloved ride you may proceed to Seri Kembangan Police Station for further info.

EK - WEN325
EG - KAW6232
EG - BEX5665
EG - WEP6213

17x Hondas & 9x Turbos without reg plate.

Cheers...


 

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End of the road for V-Tec Gang
By AUSTIN CAMOENS
austin@thestar.com.my



SERDANG: Police have crippled the V-Tec Gang that specialises in the theft of Honda Civic cars with the arrest of seven men, including a former Immigration officer.

Selangor deputy police chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk A. Thaiveegan said the arrests began with police receiving a report of a stolen Honda Civic sports car on Sept 24.

“A task force was set up by the chief of Seri Kembangan police station Chief Insp Chai Chee Boon,” he said.

“Once the car was located near Taman Lestari, we monitored the area, and conducted a raid the following day,” he said at a press conference at the Seri Kembangan police station near here yesterday.

Torn apart: Cannibalised Honda car parts and Honda cars seized from the V-Tec Gang at Seri Kembangan Police Station yesterday. SAC Thaiveegan said seven men, aged between 24 and 35, were arrested.

Police also recovered four Honda Civic cars that were reported stolen in Kedah, Penang and Selangor.

“We also seized an assortment of car parts, believed to have been dismantled from other stolen Honda cars,” he said.

SAC Thaiveegan said the gang would “cannibalise” the stolen cars and sell the parts to second-hand spare parts dealers and Honda enthusiasts.

He said urine tests conducted on all the suspects revealed that they were methamphetamine abusers and four of them had prior convictions for drugs and robberies.

“We have classified the case as car theft under Section 379A of the Penal Code,” he said before handing over certificates of appreciation to the task force for their role in crippling the gang.

SAC Thaiveegan also urged the public to equip their vehicles with steering and pedal locks as well as GPS alarm systems to deter thieves.

“Car thieves are ahead of most anti-car theft devices but the steering locks and pedal locks can be deterrents.”
 

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must give these owners some private time with them in a room........
 

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Is it in Seri Kembangan or the Serdang police station? I'm trying to google map the directions there to see whether my DC2 ended up there. :S
 

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Sweet, thanks guys. I hope my car isn't in pieces sigh.

Is the street name Jalan Raya 1, Serdang Jaya? Just want make sure. There's a Mcd's nearby there.
 
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IPD Serdang is located near the AEON Equine Park, so easy to get there..

Here's some info to share..

Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Serdang
Taman Putra Permai
43300 Seri Kembangan, Sel.

Balai Polis Sri Kembangan
Jln Raya 2
Pekan Sri Kembangan
43300 Seri Kembangan, Sel.

Balai Polis Serdang
Jln 18/30, Taman Sri Serdang
43300 Sri Kembangan, Sel.
 

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Hope those bastards are really left to rot in jail this time....but then again...damn the prisons have to feed them...still a waste of public funds. If left to me...I'll just hav them shot. Save time and money prosecuting and keeping them in jail
 

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Just saw the video. No need to go down anymore. No DC2, only Civics were recovered. Sigh.
 

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Hope those bastards are really left to rot in jail this time....but then again...damn the prisons have to feed them...still a waste of public funds. If left to me...I'll just hav them shot. Save time and money prosecuting and keeping them in jail
if we think again yup its just a waste for us to keep those habitual theft in the prison, feed them using OUR money but they never learn their lesson....tats y sumtimes i do agree 'hudud punishment' being use in msia...those criminal people doesn't bring any profit for the country but they do disturb our life n gov also need to waste billions of ringgit to feed them every year....
 

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At Arab countries, ths cases very rare...becoz why, they think twice to lose their hand...hehehe..
 

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friend of mine who lost his eg6 few mths ago has been contacted by the police yesterday, said that his car been recovered in one piece. The prob is, the insurance already paid him for the lost....so the question is issit possible for him to return the money and take back the car? any advise from those in insurance industry?
 

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friend of mine who lost his eg6 few mths ago has been contacted by the police yesterday, said that his car been recovered in one piece. The prob is, the insurance already paid him for the lost....so the question is issit possible for him to return the money and take back the car? any advise from those in insurance industry?
i would like to know too. but imho, logically, the owner should get back the car and apply for new insurance and dont have to return the money.
 

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i would like to know too. but imho, logically, the owner should get back the car and apply for new insurance and dont have to return the money.

Now...where is the logic to that?:hmmmm:


The fact is, once the payment has been made to the car owner by the insurance company, the lost car eventhough found is considered a property of the Insurance company. You can ask you friend coz when he received his insurance money, he has already sign the ownership transfer forms with the insurance company rendering the car the property of the insurance company. Normally the car will be reauctioned or sold according the policy of the insurance company. Your friend could actually talk to the insurance company on purchasing the car back or something. Im sure they are open up for negotiations.