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[Watch] Thieves Try To Steal Cows In A MPV, Breeders Set Fire To It To Rescue Them Back

[Watch] Thieves Try To Steal Cows In A MPV, Breeders Set Fire To It To Rescue Them Back

Kemaman police are searching for the people who allegedly overturned an MPV and set it on fire.

Fernando Fong

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Police have opened an investigation following a group of men believed to be cattle breeders who set fire to a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV).

The vehicle, a Honda Odyssey, was suspected to be used as a transport to steal the animals.

The incident went viral in a 40-second video that spread on social media and is said to have taken place at Felda Bukit Kuantan in Kemaman, Terengganu.

After the attempt of stealing cattles was thwarted, the car was overturned and torched.

The MPV was left burning by the main road heading towards Felda Neram 1 in Jabor.

It is not clear how the cattle were loaded into the MPV.

Kosmo cited Kemaman District Police Chief Hanyan Ramlan as saying that his department had opened an investigation paper on the matter.

Police are still investigating the real cause of the vehicle being set on fire, and the investigation is conducted under Section 435 of the Penal Code.

Kemaman District Police Chief Hanyan Ramlan on the ongoing investigation.

The police have urged the individuals in the video to come forward and give their statements.

In the meantime, Hanyan said it had not been confirmed that the Honda Odyssey MPV was used to transport the stolen cattle.

He said no complaint regarding the theft of the animal had been received so far.

Vigilantes Who Take The Law Into Their Own Hands

Following the incident, netizens urge the authorities to investigate the matter as it has involved criminal acts.

Netizens pointed out that everyone is ruled by the law, the cattle breeders should not do something illegal in order to put right something that they think is not fair.

At the same time, some criticized the actions of cattle owners who let their livestock roam freely, causing accidents for road users.

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In Malaysia, a cow can fetch as much as RM40,000 depending on its breed.

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