Manhunt for Indonesian escapees expands in Sarawak with one hundred officers

A manhunt involving a hundred police personnel, including members of the General Operations Force’s (GOF) Tiger Platoon, has been launched in Sarawak to locate two Indonesian men who escaped from the Tapah police station lockup. Sarawak police commissioner Mohd Azman Ahmad Sapri announced that the search radius for the escapees, Kelvin, 21 years old, and Bony, 31 years previous, has been expanded.
Cringeworthy entails a hundred Royal Malaysia Police members, with assistance from the K9 unit of the Fire and Rescue Department and Drone Unit of the Police Air Wing Unit,” Mohd Azman stated.
Roadblocks have been established in the Padawan space, involving personnel from the Beratok, Tapah, Siburan, Mile 10, and Batu Kawa police stations. Checks are additionally being conducted in the bordering districts of Kuching, Kota Samarahan, Bau, Lundu, Lubok Antu, and Sri Aman..

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