This morning, a series of bomb threats rattled nine international schools situated in the Klang Valley, as confirmed by top police officials, Selangor police chief Hussein Omar Khan, and Kuala Lumpur police chief Allaudeen Abdul Majid. Reports have been officially lodged with the police in response to these threats.
Selangor police chief Hussein Omar Khan
As reported by Free Malaysia Today, Hussein Omar Khan detailed that within Selangor, the police department received seven reports outlining the threats: two from Petaling Jaya, two from Shah Alam, and one each from Kajang, Subang Jaya, and Kuala Langat. However, despite the serious nature of these threats, authorities are treating them as potential hoaxes.
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Meanwhile, Allaudeen Abdul Majid noted that two international schools located in Wangsa Maju also faced similar threats. The dissemination of information concerning these threats gained traction after one of the schools circulated a message to parents via an email, containing bomb threat.
Investigations are currently ongoing.
Source: Free Malaysia Today