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The Story Of Another Ordinary Victim Of An Ordinary Stolen Car.


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bteong0

Posted 24 January 2011 - 11:48 AM

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-stolen car-

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 12:21 PM

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certainly u need to do another report...


expecially those encounter with your stolen car......(report at nearest police station)

-as well as the detail of the other suspected car....


so when there was already a few (3 or more) reports were made...call newspaper and TV!!!!!


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Posted 24 January 2011 - 02:41 PM

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tat is the reason y more cars are stolen n they just sit down in their desk only to do paper work,,really !@#$%^&*(*()

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 03:07 PM

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Hi Bteong,

Just curious and probably I missed it, did you use a steering locks or not? You probably did what a stupid question.

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 05:30 PM

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QUOTE (nextar @ Jan 24 2011, 03:07 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi Bteong,

Just curious and probably I missed it, did you use a steering locks or not? You probably did what a stupid question.



Yes. I did. Brake lock. But I guess It was already duplicated. Because I left it with the dealer when I went for the rear axeal oil cap replacement.



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bteong0

Posted 24 January 2011 - 05:34 PM

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QUOTE (rallychamp @ Jan 24 2011, 12:21 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
certainly u need to do another report...


expecially those encounter with your stolen car......(report at nearest police station)

-as well as the detail of the other suspected car....


so when there was already a few (3 or more) reports were made...call newspaper and TV!!!!!


guaranteed to work 100% and they would treat u like they treat ketua polis perdana V6 case smile_thumbup.gif



Yes, I did. I went back to make another report because I noticed I have too many personal information in my laptop bag and my laptop. I also told them what actually happened on the 2nd day but They were not interested to record this in the system! If this is recorded, this shows they were inefficient, or perhaps my car was actually not reported stolen in the system when I saw the car on the 2nd day.


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Posted 27 January 2011 - 11:46 PM

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QUOTE (bteong0 @ Jan 24 2011, 05:34 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Yes, I did. I went back to make another report because I noticed I have too many personal information in my laptop bag and my laptop. I also told them what actually happened on the 2nd day but They were not interested to record this in the system! If this is recorded, this shows they were inefficient, or perhaps my car was actually not reported stolen in the system when I saw the car on the 2nd day.



Actually I am really interested to know what causes the Polis Di Raja Malaysia to be so inefficient and so not motivated to combat crime which is becoming more and more rampant these days. Are they not paid very well? Are they afraid that the network of gangsters will pay back one day? Do they have sufficient training?

Is it because that they dont have sufficient training that they fail to respond to public's need? What is wrong with them? Or worse case, are they also part of these network of gangsters that they actually have a cut in all of these crimes? I am sure they are better than that.

I just have no Idea at all why, after spending a lot on those EVOs and high powered bikes they are still slow in responding to emergencies and such. What a waste of taxpayers money.

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 12:26 AM

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QUOTE (jepakazoid @ Jan 27 2011, 11:46 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Actually I am really interested to know what causes the Polis Di Raja Malaysia to be so inefficient and so not motivated to combat crime which is becoming more and more rampant these days. Are they not paid very well? Are they afraid that the network of gangsters will pay back one day? Do they have sufficient training?

Is it because that they dont have sufficient training that they fail to respond to public's need? What is wrong with them? Or worse case, are they also part of these network of gangsters that they actually have a cut in all of these crimes? I am sure they are better than that.

I just have no Idea at all why, after spending a lot on those EVOs and high powered bikes they are still slow in responding to emergencies and such. What a waste of taxpayers money.


Car theft make up a huge proportion of crime cases in Malaysia. What usually appears in newspapers are about violent crimes, so it gives an impression that violent crimes are the most rampant in Malaysia. But according to statistics, it is actually vehicle theft that is the highest. A private car, for example, is stolen every 24 minutes in Malaysia. And the recovery rate of a stolen private car is only about 10%.

I think the police have already admitted defeat to car theft. Any car theft recovery is simply out of luck rather than any methodological police work.



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Posted 30 January 2011 - 01:11 AM

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my contractor that renovated my house, his toyota hilux also stolen, few weeks ago.
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Posted 17 March 2011 - 11:02 AM

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QUOTE (nofear1979 @ Jan 30 2011, 01:11 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
my contractor that renovated my house, his toyota hilux also stolen, few weeks ago.


Just a word of advice - heard this from people who have had similar experiences - don't call the investigating officer. Call any of the police hotlines (not 999) e.g. Bukit Aman control center etc. They will be the ones who will dispatch the cops to crime scenes. Lead time is supposed to be shorter. Of course no guarantee you'll get any help, but what i heard is that this is the most effective procedure for emergencies. But basically bro, if your car is seen driven at high speeds in a 'rombongan' of stolen vehicles in broad daylight towards a port area, then its as good as gone. No one can (or will) help.