Royal Malaysia Po­lice met au­thor­i­ties in China to track down Jho Low — IGP

The Borneo Post - - FRONT PAGE - — Ber­nama

GENT­ING HIGH­LANDS: The Royal Malaysia Po­lice ( PDRM) have held a meet­ing with the au­thor­i­ties in China in the ef­fort to de­tect busi­ness­man Low Taek Jho – or Jho Low, said In­spec­torGen­eral of Po­lice ( IGP) Tan Sri Mo­hamad Fuzi Harun.

With­out di­vulging de­tails on the meet­ing, Mo­hamad Fuzi said cur­rently, Jho Low has not been found and ef­forts to de­tect him are still un­der­way.

“The po­lice are also com­mu­ni­cat­ing with In­ter­pol and the sta­tus is the same,” he said after at­tend­ing a Royal Malaysian Cus­toms Depart­ment-PDRM high­level meet­ing here yes­ter­day.

Last Thurs­day, Prime Min­is­ter Tun Dr Ma­hathir Mo­hamad said the gov­ern­ment would con­tinue its ef­fort to find the busi­ness­man, al­though it had been dif­fi­cult.

Jho Low, who was iden­ti­fied by in­ves­ti­ga­tors from Malaysia and the United States as the main char­ac­ter in the multi­bil­lion 1Malaysia De­vel­op­ment Bhd (1MDB) scan­dal, is be­lieved to have es­caped from de­ten­tion in Hong Kong to an is­land near Ma­cau.

Tan Sri Mo­hamad Fuzi Harun

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