He added that police would carry out an internal investigation into the
matter and would scrutinise the closed-circuit television footage on the day of
Meanwhile, Hamza said police received 11 reports against a gold investment
scheme operated by a company from the peninsula.
He said the reports were made by a group of individuals two weeks ago
claiming that they had suffered losses of between RM3,000 and RM100,000 after
investing in the scheme run by the company.
"Following the report, police arrested a 44-year-old local man believed to
be the manager of the company," he said, adding however that initial
investigation showed that the company was operating legally.
Nevertheless, he said, police would continue with their investigation.
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He also called on rally organisers to abide by the Peaceful Assembly Act
2012 and to choose an alternative site if their application to gather at a
certain place was rejected.
"We don''t want to see chaos in Sabah like what happened during the rally in
Kuala Lumpur last week," he said.
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