Police have detained another individual in connection with the investigation into money laundering activities involving the low-cost airline, MYAirline. The suspect will be remanded at the Jinjang Central Lockup in Kuala Lumpur at 10 a.m., following his arrest at his Bangsar residence earlier today.
New arrest made with MYAirline probe
So far, the Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) of the Royal Malaysian Police has seized 12 vehicles from two suspects, along with documents related to i-Serve Technology and Vacation Sdn Bhd, luxury watches, handbags, laptops, a CPU, and jewelry. This latest arrest brings the total number of detainees to four, including the airline’s co-founder.