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MELAKA SUNKEN TREASURE THEFTS | MALAYSIA WORLD <b>...</b>

Posted: 28 Aug 2011 09:41 AM PDT

Sunday Jun 26, 2011

Malacca probes fallen value thefts
By R.S.N. MURALI
murali@thestar.com.my

MALACCA: The state Museum Authority has been systematic to get some-more justification on reports that hundreds of underwater artefacts from dozens of shipwrecks off a Tanjung Tuan seashore here have been stolen by vestige hunters.

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam pronounced a justification was essential for a state supervision to record a military news on a purported burglary of these submerged treasures.

"I will ask a applicable authorities to control a examine in a bid to get some-more explanation for a military and also to govern authorised movement opposite a culprits.

"There were reports that insane people had left underwater to take divided a inhabitant treasures that are value billions.

"But information on such thefts stays deceptive due to miss of eye-witnesses," he pronounced after flagging off participants of a Perodua Eco-Challenge 2011 during a Melaka International Motorsport Circuit in Ayer Keroh here yesterday.

A special night prophesy camera will be mounted during a tip of a beacon in Tanjung Tuan to forestall some-more of these corpse from being stolen, pronounced Mohd Ali.

There were claims by nautical attention players that hundreds of these undersea artefacts had been looted given a late 1990s.

One mariner, who usually wanted to be identified as Toh, pronounced treasures such as Chinese blue and white porcelain, brassware and coins were stolen from a shipwrecks.

Last month, a state supervision announced a billion-ringgit offer to deliver companies to collect treasures from fallen ships along a Malacca coastline.

There were no takers and Toh believed a lukewarm response was due to a fact that not many precious artefacts were left.

At slightest 13 businessman and fight vessels are famous to have sunk in a Malacca sea on a Spice Route some-more than 500 years ago.

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