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KUALA LUMPUR: There was an attempted break in at the law firm in Damansara Heights in which Datuk S. Ambiga is a partner last night.
The incident was noticed by one of the Sreenevasan Advocates and Solicitors’ staff when she came to open the premises in Jalan Dungun at about 8am today.
A spokesman who declined to be named said the employee found the front door’s access card panel dismantled before contacting the firm’s management.
“The security system box was taken off the wall. However, we believe that the culprits did not manage to get in, as initial checks found that everything in the office was intact.
“However, we are still waiting for the police to conduct their checks to confirm,” said the spokesman.
Ambiga had tweeted about the incident, saying: “The security box outside my office dismantled. Do not think they managed to come in. Police report being made.”
Checks with police sources about 10.15am found that the firm’s security officers were in the process of lodging a police report at Travers police station here.