Crushed rock tug leaves port without permit, detained by maritime law enforcement unit-united daily


(Newspaper, Miri, 17th) The tugboat carrying gravel left the port without a permit and has been detained by the maritime law enforcement unit for investigation.
The Miri Maritime Enforcement Unit was carrying out coastal patrol work yesterday afternoon and found a rubble carrying gravel at about 2 nautical miles from the Miri Estuary. After interception, it was found that the tugboat and the plutonium had not been certified for navigation. Leaving the port.
Five crew members and one helmsman on board the tugboat, aged between 32 and 51, were subsequently returned to the Maritime Enforcement Unit’s Vessel Detention Centre in Braumalay under the supervision of the vessel.

Five crew members and one helmsman on the tugboat, aged between 32 and 51, were detained for inspection.
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