Malaysian forgery syndicate busted... Singapore implicated?!

Malaysian forgery syndicate busted... Singapore implicated?!

TheRedDotNews·2018-02-21 16:57

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A document and stamp forging syndicate was busted by the Malaysian Immigration department on Monday night.

During the raid in Sri Gombak, it was found that Singapore might be implicated in it as well. A Singapore security stamp was among the evidence seized.

Several entry and exit stamps for the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Sultan Abu Bakar Complex, stamps with the names of senior officers in the immigration department, international passports and temporary employment visit passes were seized as well. A soft copy of a 'Special pass' was also found and seized.

The syndicate, allegedly masterminded by a 26-year-old Pakistani national nicknamed 'Abang Bai' and his three siblings, was said to have been in operation for the past 18 months. They would meet regular customers in designated spots before 'endorsing' the passports.

They had been so active that they have grown a regular clientele within the Klang Valley.

In a statement released yesterday (20 Feb), Immigration director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said that the syndicate will charge their client RM200 for each valid 'Special Pass' and RM100 for immigration stamps.

The immigration stamps were obtained from a local at RM1,000 each.

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