Cops now looking for Jho Low's mother

Written by: mottaman | 26 Jan 2019 11:26
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26 Jan 2019 11:26

Bukit Aman is now looking for the mother of fugitive businessman, Low Taek Jho to assist investigations into the high-profile 1MDB case.

Earlier, the cops were only looking for Jho Low and his father, Tan Sri Larry Low Hock Peng.

However, in the latest development, Goh Gaik Ewe, 66, has also been implicated along with two others - Singaporean natio­nal Shabnam Naraindas [email protected] Mirpuri, 54, and Tan Kim Loong, 40.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said the four persons of interest were wanted to assist in the investigation under Section 4(1) of the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Finan­cing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act.

“We urge anyone with information on these individuals to contact the police as soon as possible.

“We hope for public cooperation on the matter,” he said.

Those with information should contact Supt Foo Wei Min at 03-2610 1402 or Deputy Supt Albany Hamzah at 019-241 2826 from the Bukit Aman’s Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Finan­cing Prevention division or the nearest police station.

Meanwhile, questions arise on the whereabouts of Low’s sister May Lin, a lawyer who specialised in offshore structures and who was said to have been admitted to practise in Singapore and the British Virgin Islands.

According to The Star, her whereabouts are unknown since she was arrested by Singaporean authorities in 2016.

Sources said May Lin was arrested at Changi Airport on the mor­ning of May 14 or 15 of that year.

Diplomatic officials believe she was released by Singapore police and allowed to leave the country.

It is not known whether Singapore police conferred with Bukit Aman on her arrest and the outcome of the investigation on her.

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