SHAH ALAM – Two employees from a logistics company were separately charged in the Sessions Court here today with criminal breach of trust (CBT) involving items worth RM120,000 belonging to a multinational company last month.
Mohd Ali Nasir, 29, from Batang Kali near here and Mohd Ashriq Nayan, 29, from Sekinchan, pleaded not guilty after their charges was read to them by a court interpreter before judge Zamri Bakar.
Mohd Ali, who is Dayang Mewah Company’s lorry driver, was charged with committing CBT on Nestle products weighing 3.827 tonnes, that belonged to Nestle Products Sdn Bhd company, worth RM120,000, at Nestle National Distribution Centre Warehouse, Lot 1, Persiaran Waja, Industrial Area Bukit Raja, Klang, on Oct 25.
The accused, who was arrested on the day of the incident, was charged under Section 407 of the Penal Code, which carries a jail term of not less than one year and not more than 10 years, whipping and fine, upon conviction.
Meanwhile, Mohd Ashriq, also a Dayang Mewah company worker was charged with abetting with Mohd Ali to commit the offence at the same place and date.
He was arrested on Oct 27 and was charged under Section 407 of the Penal Code, read together with Section 109 of the Penal Code which also provides for the same penalty, if convicted.
Judge Zamri allowed the two accused to be released on a bail of RM6,000 in one local surety each and fixed Dec 3 for re-mention.
Deputy public prosecutor Mohd Raimi Mohd Ramli prosecuted, while lawyer K. Renuka represented Mohd Ali and Mohd Ashriq was unrepresented.
On Oct 29, media reported the police’s success in busting a syndicate that stole cargo of food products, worth almost RM2 million, belonging to a multinational company since a year ago, with the arrest of 12 local men in Selangor.
Their arrests were made during ‘Ops Transporter’ operation after police received a report from a multinational company which found its cargo of food products missing while being transported in a trailer from a warehouse in Shah Alam heading to Port Klang went missing. – BERNAMA