Malaysian military officials have ordered the release of thousands of items, including some military equipment, that have been seized by protesters who have been blocking roads and other areas around the military base since mid-July.
The government said it would be releasing about 30,000 of the items from the base and the surrounding areas on Friday.
The items are being given to a company owned by the Malaysian Defense Acquisition and Development Agency (ADADA), which is a private corporation.
It is not clear when they will be returned to the military.
The government has been accused of mishandling the situation and of allowing protesters to take over the base.
It also said it will investigate how ADADA obtained the items.
It said the items have been confiscated by the military in the past and that they are being used for internal security purposes.
Malaysia has been plagued by demonstrations over the past several months, which have been marred by violence.