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