JPJ man held after robbery and ramming 5 vehicles in KL city centre

The suspect in this Myvi was stopped by members of the public on Jalan Brunei Utara yesterday. (Facebook pic)

KUALA LUMPUR: A Road Transport Department (JPJ) worker was chased and caught by a group of motorcyclists after he allegedly robbed a man with disabilities (OKU) earlier yesterday.

In the 4.50pm incident along Jalan Changkat here, the 25-year-old suspect rammed five vehicles along Jalan Pudu here in a bid to escape.

Kuala Lumpur Traffic Enforcement and Investigation Department chief Zulkefly Yahya said based on a witness’s statement, the suspect allegedly pushed a disabled man out of his car.

“Several witnesses, who saw the incident, gave chase after the suspect and asked him to stop the vehicle.

“However, the suspect drove on and rammed into several vehicles before he was nabbed by members of the public along Jalan Brunei Utara at 5.20pm,” he said in a statement here today.

No one was injured in the incident, he said, adding the suspect was taken to the Dang Wangi district police headquarters for further investigation.

Two videos featuring a Perodua Myvi driver ramming into several vehicles, went viral on social media yesterday.