KUALA LUMPUR: City police recently seized two luxury cars worth RM3.4 million, belonging to a “Datuk Seri”, for violating several laws, including the Customs Act.
City police chief Amar Singh told a press conference today that the two cars – a Rolls Royce and a Lamborghini, were impounded from the Pavilion Shopping Mall in Jalan Raja Chulan, where they were parked.
Subsequent checks revealed the cars had violated several laws.
“The Rolls Royce, which was found two days ago, had a fake licence plate and was not registered with the Road Transport Department, while the Lamborghini seized yesterday had violated several Customs (laws),” Amar said.
According to the police, the cars belonged to a “Datuk Seri” in his 50s, who operated several businesses in Kelantan.
The man was currently overseas and police were awaiting his return to question him, said Amar.
The case has also been referred to the Customs Department for further action.