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SEREMBAN: Three cybercafes suspected to be involved in illegal gambling activities were raided by the authorities in an integrated operation around the city, last night.
The operation which began at 10pm and ended at about 3am today, was carried out by a team from the State police headquarters's Secret Societies, Gambling and Vice (D7) and Negeri Sembilan Islamic Affairs Department (JHEAINS).
State CID chief, ACP Hamdan Majid said during the raid, 19 individuals including a woman who was a customer and caretakers of the premises were detained.
"All those arrested were aged between 27 to 75. We also seized 64 computers believed to be used for Internet gambling activities," he said when contacted here today.
He said the operation was conducted in Taman Margosa, Ampangan and Taman Perindustrian Oakland, Seremban 2. -- BERNAMA