Two senior officials with Macau’s Marine and Water Bureau are under investigation on suspicion of accepting bribes to commit illegal acts, the city’s Commission Against Corruption said on Saturday night. Both of the officials, who were not identified, have been taken off public duties, the commission said in a statement. The pair have also been restricted from leaving Macau. A further announcement would be made when there was an update on the case, the commission said. The bureau said it would begin disciplinary procedures against the two people involved, in addition to the criminal investigation. “Since the Commission Against Corruption started investigating the case, the Marine and Water Bureau has given its full cooperation,” the bureau said in a separate statement. “In accordance with the judiciary’s instructions, the bureau has now terminated all public duties of the staff concerned. The government will soon commence disciplinary procedures against the staff concerned.” The bureau added that its operations were continuing as normal and stressed that it would not tolerate corruption or violation of the law.