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Car involved in hit-and-run and several other reckless driving spotted at traffic police HQ

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Facebook user Ezuwan Huzaini shared the picture of the car which was involved in several notorious behaviour in our roads at the traffic police headquarters. Ezuwan asked those that were searching for the car to ‘stand-down’, now that it looks like the police is investigating the matter.

The car was identified by Facebook user Zufar Khan Ismail Khan on June 16. His video showed the car purposely hitting a motorcyclist and running away after the biker fell.

Zufar in appealing for witnesses to the horrendous act identified the vehicle number as SKA1713J. He appealed for the authorities to do something about the hit-and-run case.
The car has previously been flagged for dangerous driving in April 2015.
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And in November 2014.
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