Fleeing drug abusers leave behind their bikes
By:Allan Jay
The plastic packet containing crystalline substance believed to be syabu left behind on the road.

BAU: A group of individuals believed to be involved in substance abuse at Kampung Lidah Tanah here fled, leaving behind motorcycles and drugs in several plastic packets.

Bau OCPD DSP Poge Nyaon said a team from the Crime Prevention and Community Safety Division were patrolling the village around 9.30pm on Friday (Apr 8).

They came across a group of persons in the middle of the road at the end of the village.

“Upon realising the presence of the police, they scattered into nearby bushes and left behind five motorcycles.

“Also left behind were eight plastic packets containing crystalline substance believed to be syabu,” he said.

Poge added that the motorcycles and plastic packets were taken to the local police station.

This is the place where a group of individuals gathered in the middle of the road at the end of Kampung Lidah Tanah.

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