Malaysian police searches two of ex-PM Na­jib Razak’s res­i­dences

The Free Press Journal - - WORLD -

KUALA LUMPUR: Searches were con­ducted at two res­i­dences of for­mer Malaysian Prime Min­is­ter Na­jib Razak by Police teams in Kuala Lumpur, on the night of May 16. The search oper­a­tion stretched till the May 17 morn­ing. It is un­clear why cops were still present at Na­jib's home in Ta­man Duta till 8am on May 17, when the oper­a­tion was com­pleted at around 4 am, Strait Times re­ported. Police of­fi­cers were spot­ted with sev­eral boxes from Na­jib's con­do­minium, Pav­il­ion Res­i­dences, while stuff like hand­bags and clothes were taken from Ta­man Duta. Bukit Aman Com­mer­cial Crime In­ves­ti­ga­tions Depart­ment di­rec­tor Amar Singh that police per­formed searches on five lo­ca­tions be­long­ing or con­nected to Na­jib. Police con­firmed that no ar­rests have been made and there was no in­di­ca­tion that there will be an ar­rest.

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