‘Midget’ Gang Busted in Malaysia


While I am not a fan of those who break the law sometimes you have to be in awe of how those who do go about it. Could you imagine how this gang of thieves got together and decided to embark on a year long crime spree?

Malaysian police detained an eight-member gang of small-sized robbers dubbed the “midget gang,” who allegedly confessed to committing 14 break-ins over the past three months, a news report said Thursday.
All the gang members, aged between 14 and 23 years, were diminutive, The Star newspaper said without saying whether they were dwarfs or just small.
Some of them who were less than 5 feet tall would be picked to squeeze through small openings into the houses they robbed in central Malaysia, The Star said.
Gang members confessed to their crimes when they were detained, according to the report.
The arrests came about after residents in a housing area alerted police after noticing the group loitering suspiciously in a field near their homes, Ampang district police chief Amer Awal was quoted as saying. via iWon News

Posted March 17, 2007 by
Bizarre | 2 comments

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    2 Responses to “‘Midget’ Gang Busted in Malaysia”

    1. Carpe Noctem on March 18th, 2007 5:12 am

      They strictly stuck to nabbing ankle bracelets, they were specialists!


    2. AmesTiedeman on March 20th, 2007 10:26 am


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