A 37-year-old man woke up yesterday morning and found that two of his cars and a motorcycle had been stolen from his house in Taman Klang Perdana. (File pix)

KLANG: A 37-year-old man woke up yesterday morning and found that two of his cars and a motorcycle had been stolen from his house in Taman Klang Perdana.

The lorry driver was shocked to see his Toyota Vellfire, a Proton Saga and a Honda motorcycle, all worth about RM200,000, which were parked in the porch and outside the gate, missing.

Klang Utara district police chief Assistant Commissioner Mazelan Paijan said the man woke up at 9am and found that the front door of his house had been opened.

"He looked outside and saw that his cars and motorcycle were not there. The Toyota Vellfire and the Honda motorcycle were parked in the porch while the Proton Saga was parked at the front gate of his house. We believe that the suspects had entered the house by cutting the locks of the front gate and the grill of the front door.

"There were no signs of the grill being pried open. Investigations showed there could be four suspects who were involved in this case, based on the number of vehicles that were stolen," said Mazelan today.

Mazelan said investigations were on-going under Section 457 and Section 379A of the Penal Code for house breaking and theft of motor vehicles respectively.

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