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13 BUSTED FOR ONLINE GAMBLING IN MALAYSIA
13th July, 2011 at 03:52:04
More raids by police result in arrests and equipment confiscation
Malaysian police continued their blitz on internet gambling this week, arresting 13 people and seizing 54 computers and 41 slot machines in a raid at a shopping mall in Ampang.
Raiding party leader DSP Mohamed Mokhsein Mohamed Zain said the 13, aged 19 to 50 years-old, were arrested in the raid on three premises at about 9.30pm. He said they were busy playing computer wagering games on the premises when police pounced on them.
The premises operate 24 hours under the guise of internet cafes and family entertainment centres.
The case is investigated under Section 4B (A) Common Gaming Houses Act 1952.
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