Raid on illegal gaming centre
Mon, Nov 02, 2009
New Straits Times

An illegal gaming centre, camouflaged as an Internet cafe at the Berjaya Times Square shopping complex, was raided by police here on Saturday.

A team from the city's vice, gambling and secret societies division led by Chief Inspector Azlihan Ishak raided three shoplots located on the sixth floor of the shopping complex.

Police arrested a worker and 17 patrons who were busy placing their bets. Police seized 21 machines.

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