Group of Nigerians tried to obstruct Malaysia Police from arresting suspects, 8 arrested

Police has arrested eight suspects believed to be Nigerians for using criminal force to obstruct police from carrying out their duty while trying to arrest three suspects believed to have been involved in a cheating case, forcing the police to fire warning shots, in Desa Aman Puri, Kepong, Malaysia on Saturday, May 6.

In the 6pm incident, a police team from the Sentul Police Headquarters raided the apartment to detain two Nigerian men and a woman from Kenya over a cheating case.
Gombak district police chief ACP Ali Ahmad said suddenly a group of Nigerians came and tried to prevent the police from arresting the three suspects.

“They threw bottles and boxes at the police and tried to intimidate the police. Police had no choice but to fire several warning shots into the air as the situation was getting tense and uncontrollable,” he said.

Ali said all eight Nigerian men, aged between 25 and 32, were arrested shortly afterwards at the scene of the incident and along with the three suspects taken to the Sentul police station for further investigation.

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