The Malaysian police maintained their active drive against illegal gambling this week with further raids in the Prangin area Monday, reports the Bernama press agency.
 
Police confiscated 59 computerised gambling machines from four premises engaged in illegal gambling activities in a supermarket, a spokesman revealed.
 
State CID deputy chief, ACP Mohd. Nasir Salleh said one of the premises was disguised as an Internet cafe and three others as entertainment centres on the fifth floor of the supermarket.
 
"Following a public tip-off, six policemen raided these premises at 4pm, and seized 59 gambling machines and 24 unlicensed video arcade games," he told reporters.
 
He added police also arrested 11 gamblers and four employees, aged between 20 and 30, at the premises.