Crime isn't as simple as you'd assume it to be. Robbers are getting techy too:
“A police team led by ASP Mohd Naim Asnawi arrested them at 5.45pm shortly after they drove off in a BMW and a Naza Citra from a three-storey house, where hundreds of high-tech burglary tools were recovered. Our investigations revealed that the BMW was bought in Singapore while the Naza Citra was reported stolen in Puchong recently. A Toyota Estima with the back seats removed was also found in the basement car park of the house,” he said.
The police suspect a bank was the target they were aiming to hit in Penang when their plans got soiled.
“A laptop computer with a bank’s building plan was also recovered. We believe that they were planning to hit a target in Penang when they were arrested. Among the tools seized were oxyacetylene torches, gas tanks and high-powered drills which could penetrate bank vaults. Other than break-ins, they are also said to be responsible for a number of robberies nationwide,” he said.
Historians and anthropologists split the years of human existence down into different ages. The Stone Age, Bronze Age, and Iron Age are three examples of this. If we are deciding what to call the age in which we live today, then it is probably fair to call it the Digital Age. Our time is defined, more than anything, by the way that information is more easily shared than ever before. Read more