Dialah yang memperlihatkan kepada kamu kilat, untuk menimbulkan ketakutan dan keinginan dan Dialah yang menyusun awan yang berat.

Dan bertasbihlah petir dengan memujiNya, dan malaikat pun lantaran takut kepadaNya, dan Dia kirimkan halilintar (kilat) dan Dialah timpakan kepada barangsiapa yang Dia kehendaki, namun mereka masih membantah tentang Allah, padahal Dia adalah sangat pedih siksaan.
(Surah Ar Ra’ad :12-13)

Jumaat, 30 April 2010

Lightning brothers’ nabbed

SHAH ALAM: The “Lightning Brothers” responsible for a spate of thefts involving lightning arresters installed in school buildings, were arrested by police here after a short chase.

The duo, who for the past nine months scaled school buildings in Section 16 here and stole the arresters, including the copper strip that lined the roof to the ground below, were arrested after a scuffle on Thursday.

Shah Alam OCPD Asst Comm Noor Azam Jamaludin said both men were behaving in a suspicious manner while riding their motorcycle.

They sped off upon seeing police approaching them.

“Both were arrested after a scuffle. Upon checking we found the duo had no identification cards or motorcycle licence and road tax.

“The bag which they had with them contained tools like wire cutters, screw-drivers and a metal saw.

“Initial investigations revealed both scaled school buildings in the wee hours of the morning and stole lightning arresters and copper strips before selling them to scrap metal dealers,’’ he added.

The brothers from Kampung Padang Jawa also tested positive for drugs.

In an unrelated case, five siblings including four brothers were caught for house break-ins.

ACP Noor Azam said the five had broken into several premises and stolen 18 television sets, 17 laptops and 15 computer monitors worth close to RM30,000.

“Our officers on patrols spotted the five behaving in a suspicious manner in Section 15 here and questioned them.

“Upon further questioning they led us to a house in Shah Alam and Tanjung Malim where the stolen items were recovered, he said.

ACP Noor Azam said the five were also responsible for break-ins into several schools in Section 15, 16, 18, and 24.

They also allegedly broke into two schools in Tanjung Malim.

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