Police still tracking down ‘bubble foam’ suspects

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KUCHING: The police are still tracking down two men in their 30s suspected of causing a ‘bubble foam’ incident at the Hornbill fountain located at the Kuching Waterfront.

Kuching OCPD ACP Ahsmon Bajah said that the suspects were believed to be non-locals.

He said that following this matter, an investigating team had been set up in collaboration with DBKU and other agencies.

“Both suspects are now on the run and we are calling on the public who have information about the incident to call us.”

Earlier, he confirmed that his department had received two police reports concerning vandalism involving a fountain that occurred at the Kuching Waterfront recently.

For the record, that was the third time such an incident occurred at the same location.

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