KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested four people including two women, in connection with the discovery of homemade bombs at a condominium unit in Damansara Perdana, last month.
Selangor Criminal Investigation Department chief Deputy Commissioner Datuk Mohd Adnan Abdullah said police have set up a special investigation task force to track the suspects.
"Based on intelligence gathered, police raided an apartment at Taman Lembah Maju in Ampang Jaya, at 1am, last Saturday. The suspects were aged between 31 and 40," he said.
Mohd Adnan added two of the suspects had drug-related records.
Police confiscated five boxes of firecrackers, four boxes of fireworks (mercun), four Global Positioning Systems (GPS) units, and two A/C adaptors, among others.
Police investigation revealed that the suspects use homemade bombs to carry out their criminal activities.
The auspects are remanded until tomorrow and the case is being investigated under Section 8 of the Explosives Act 1957.
Last month, police raided a condominium unit in Damansara Perdana to track down suspects linked to an assault and arson case in Sri Petaling.
The suspects managed to escape but police found homemade bombs, electronic devices and drugs believed to be syabu, as well as Eramin Five pills.