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Submitted by eyeonmiri on Wed, 2013-01-09 17:01. :: Eyes on Miri | Crime fighting | News & Events | Special interests
Police warn of fake new RM100 notes in circulation in Miri - and possibly other towns as well - after receiving reports regarding the matter, one of which is reported by a bank.
The notes are known to be fake due to the poor paper quality and lack of security features, and all have the same serial number: AA7825588. Police warn members of the public to be extra cautious when receiving new RM100 notes.
Just on touch alone will be enough to determine a fake because the real 100 Ringgit notes will not wrinkle easily compared to the poor quality paper used to make these fakes. Other measures include use of UV lights to check authenticity of the notes.
If unsure, please refer to the nearest Bank Negara office (Kuching).
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Fri, 2011-08-05 10:37. :: Eyes on Miri | Crime fighting | News & Events | Statistics
The Miri Police Narcotics division investigated 349 drugs related cases from Jan 1 to July 31 of this year. Four hundred and seventy-six (476) people were arrested for their involvement in drugs in Miri in the first six months of this year (2011). Miri police chief ACP Jamaludin Ibrahim disclosed this during the ‘Program Polis Bersama Masyarakat’ yesterday.
|Drug involvement-related Arrests Jan-July 2011||476|
If this isn't a shocking number, then what is?
There was no public statement or it was not reported on the news on what the police are doing to curb this, or what is being done. What does this say about the state of drug crime related activities in Miri?
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Sat, 2010-01-16 11:47. :: Eyes on Miri | Crime fighting | News & Events | Statistics
Statistics for water meter theft for the year 2009 in major towns and cities in Sarawak:
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Miri ranks first in amount of reported case.
Source: United Daily News
Note: The costs for replacement of water meters are RM65 +/- each.
Bruneian Woman Victim Of Smash Gang In Miri
Last Updated on Monday, 16 November 2009 09:33 Written by Rosli Abidin Yahya Monday, 16 November 2009 08:09
Bandar Seri Begawan - Travellers to Miri are told to bi extra vigilant after another car owned by Bruneian had its side screen smashed wit] a blunt object.
A handbag was stolen from the car by an unidentified man who ran towards his partner waiting on a motorbike in front o the victim's car.
The incident happened in front of shop houses near a fast-food restaurant at 8 pm last week.
My take :
If there has got to be one word to describe this, it's "consistency".