In the wake of the tragic Batang Kali landslide, families of victims and residents living within the area are understandably in somber moods.
And yet, even after a horrific incident such as this, opportunists lurk in every corner, ready to scavenge like vultures.
Such was the case for a local civil servant who was caught stealing a Touch ’n Go card by police, which allegedly belonged to one of the victims.
Selangor acting police chief, Deputy Comm Datuk S. Sasikala Devi (pictured above), stated that the suspect was apprehended in Klang Valley last Friday (6 Dec) according to The Star.
She told reporters at the Ampang Jaya police headquarters on Sunday (8 Dec) that authorities had “also seized items believed to belong to the victim during the arrest.”
As of right now, police are trying to get a remand order for the suspect’s capture.
Hulu Selangor OCPD Supt Suffian Abdullah…