Police seized 1.33 tonnes of cannabis worth RM3.33million, four vehicles and cash money

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SHAH ALAM: More than 1.33 tonnes of cannabis  worth RM3.33million have been seized after the police arrested four men, aged between 23 and 46, in Subang Jaya, Rawang and Semenyih on March 24.
It is believed that the syndicate got its ganja supply from the Golden Triangle through Thailand, according to the Star.
Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department (NCID director Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the suspects were detained by the Bukit Aman NCID and Selangor NCID at about 4.40pm and 11pm at four locations in Subang Jaya, Rawang and Semenyih, Selangor.
The police seized the cannabis at a house used as a store for drugs, Ayob said, adding that one of the suspects “is a businessman.”
“The police have also seized various assets including four vehicles and cash of about RM331,900 and the estimated total drug and property seizure is worth about RM3.7 million.
“The NCID is hunting down the remaining syndicate members, including the mastermind,” Ayob added.
The case is being investigated under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 in which offenders may face the death penalty or life imprisonment.

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