Malaysia Police Arrest Three and Seize RM1.55 Million in E-Cigarettes

Malaysia Police Arrest Three and Seize RM1.55 Million in E-Cigarettes
Malaysia police seize 2,753 boxes of e-cigarettes worth RM1.55 million and arrest three individuals in Johor.

The Malaysian Johor police have arrested three individuals at a location in Taman Nibong and confiscated 2,753 boxes of electronic cigarettes and liquids worth RM1.55 million (approximately RMB 2.42 million).

According to Johor police chief Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay, a raid resulted in the seizure of 53,421 packets of various e-cigarette liquids worth MYR 1.29 million (approximately CNY 2.01 million) and e-cigarette equipment and accessories worth MYR 253,048 (approximately CNY 396,000).

It has been reported that the nicotine content in the confiscated e-cigarette oil exceeds the limit set by the Poison Act, posing harm to users.

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