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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Be wary of bump-and-rob criminals, motorists told

PETALING JAYA: Police here are calling for motorists to be vigilant after a string of bump-and-rob cases that they believe were perpetrated by the same suspects.
Authorities said the first two cases occurred on Tuesday when two men crashed into and robbed two people of their cars in the city area.
“The following day, a teacher from SMK Bandar Utama 2 was robbed of her vehicle along Persiaran Bandar Utama. We believe the same people were behind these crimes because the suspects used a car they had stolen from one of the earlier victims to rob the teacher,” said OCPD Asst Comm Azmi Abu Kassim.     Read more .....

Friday, January 23, 2015

Security Update from Police - 22 Jan 2015

South Zone
1) Dec 2014 – one case of carjacking and robbery whereby a pistol was also stolen.
2) 2nd week Jan 2015 – one case of snatch theft.  
     The above two incidents happened in the non gated and guarded roads of South Zone. Suspicious activities have also been observed on these roads.

Zero crime incidents in the gated and guarded areas of North Zone, Central Zone and South Zone in the month of Dec 2014 till 22 Jan 2015.

The police encourage SS20 residents to alert them if they notice any suspicious activities in the neighbourhood. Call 999 or Damansara Police Station at 03 77 222 222.



Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Senior citizen reverses car into bank by accident

PETALING JAYA: A senior citizen accidentally drove his car into a CIMB bank in Damansara Uptown, Sunday evening, after mistaking the forward gear for reverse.
However, CIMB took the accident with some light-hearted jest, with group chairman Datuk Seri Nazir Razak posting a picture of the crashed car on his Instagram account with the caption:
“Err.... Sorry but we have not launched CIMB Drive-in service.”
The bank now has to close a portion of its ATM section, after the 70-year-old’s Perodua Kelisa ploughed through the glass panels before hitting a wall in the bank. Read more ...

Security Update

1) Snatch theft at Jalan SS20/2 (South Zone, not gated and guarded) last week at 10:30pm.
Suspect came on a motorbike, tried to snatch girl's bag but the girl threw her bag into her compound. The suspect managed to get away with the girl's handphone.

2) Try not to go to the bank ATMs at night.
At 11pm last week, a man was slashed at the neck at one of the banks in TTDI.
The victim went to deposit his cash at the ATM. Suddenly someone stood very close to him. The robber was hiding in between the ATMs. When the victim turned around, the robber slashed his neck and asked for money. The robber did not want the handphone. The victim gave him the money. Then someone else entered the ATM area and was also robbed. 
Police investigation found that normally the accomplices who act as lookout will be in 2 cars parked outside the bank.

MBPJ to upgrade Central Zone field

SEVEN parks in Petaling Jaya will be upgraded and revamped this year, starting with the weather-beaten one in Jalan SS2/62.
The other six are located in Jalan SS21/12, Jalan SS24/16, Jalan SS26/9, Jalan SS4C/8, Jalan SS25/1 and Jalan SS20/14.
“Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has allocated about RM950,000 for upgrading all the seven parks,” said Damansara Utama assemblyman Yeo Bee Yin.  Read more ......

Friday, January 9, 2015

Surprise visit from PJ Police Chief

8 Jan 2015 
Residents of SS20 Central Zone were pleasantly delighted when they received a surprise visit from ACP Azmi Abu Kassim during their weekly Thursday community policing night.
ACP Azmi was happy to see the participation of residents in community policing and spoke of the importance of cooperation between the residents and the police. He then thanked the residents for working closely with the police before he left.

ACP Azmi Abu Kassim, Police Chief of Petaling Jaya



Thursday, January 1, 2015

New Year 2015

A new year, a new beginning
Let us start the new year with peace and joy
May the new year bring you many blessings

Sunday, December 28, 2014

SS20 rally to the aid of flood victims

Thank you for your kind donation and helping make a difference to the flood victims.

As a result of your generosity, we managed to collect bags of foodstuff like rice, instant noodles, sardines, baked beans, etc. and other essential items such as soap, disposable diapers, etc. On top of that, we have also raised RM2800.00 in cash.

You truly did a wonderful thing. 

We would also like to commend Mr N K Leong and Sgt Azmi for initiating and coordinating this meaningful activity.

ASP Najib, OCS Damansara came personally to SS20 to collect the items and cash. This contribution will be sent by helicopter to the flood relief centres as soon as possible.