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1MDB scandal fugitives hiding in China: Malaysian police

1MDB scandal fugitives hiding in China: Malaysian police

5/8/2020 2:31:00 PM

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The alleged 1MDB mastermind and other suspects in the scandal are believed to be hiding out in China, Malaysia 's police chief said Wednesday, ...

in the semi-autonomous Chinese city of Macau - but Beijing swiftly shot down the suggestion, insisting it does not harbour foreign criminals.However, Malaysia's Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said a woman was arrested this year who had been sending documents to Low in the gambling hub, and authorities had concluded he was there.

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He also said Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, ex-CEO of a 1MDB unit, was believed to be in Hong Kong while another former official from the fund, Jasmine Loo, was thought to be in the Chinese city of Shenzhen."Jho Low is almost freely conducting his business" in Macau, Abdul Hamid told AFP in an interview, and appealed for help from authorities."We want the local authorities, the police, in Macau to act responsibly."

"Don't the authorities in Macau have the police instinct to assist us?" he added.READ: Commentary: How Najib Razak's verdict complicates Malaysia’s game of thronesLow's whereabouts have long been the subject of speculation, and he has been rumoured to be in other locations including the United Arab Emirates. He has been charged in Malaysia and China over 1MDB, and denies wrongdoing. headtopics.com

Abdul Hamid also said ties with police in Hong Kong had deteriorated in recent years, hindering law enforcement efforts there.Officials in Hong Kong and Macau did not immediately respond to requests for comment.The police chief said it was hard to know when he would succeed in hunting down Low and other fugitives.

"As long as there is a lack of cooperation from authorities in Hong Kong or Macau ... it is impossible for me to give any dates," he said.But he added:"We will never rest. We will bring them to justice." Read more: CNA »

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