Two more suspects wanted in Kevin Morais murder


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  • Sunday, 20 Sep 2015

Dinishwaran (left) and Vishwanath.

KUALA LUMPUR: Police are looking for two more people in the murder of Deputy Public Prosecutor Anthony Kevin Morais.

City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Zainuddin Ahmad said Dinishwaran a/l Raman, 23, and Vishwanath a/l Murugaya, 25, can assist in the investigations into the murder of Morais whose body was found in a concrete-filled oil drum in Subang Jaya on Sept 16.

Dinishwaran's last known address is Batu Pekaka Estate in Kedah and Vishwanath at Taman Desa Karangan, Sungai Karangan in Kedah.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts can call Sentul police headquarters at 03-40482222 or investigating officer ASP Wan Abdullah at 012-3482737.

So far, seven people have been remanded, including an army medical officer that was charged with engaging in unlawful trade while being a government servant.

The 52-year-old pathologist has several corruption cases pending against him. Three DPPs, including Kevin, had been involved in prosecuting the pathologist since 2013.

Kevin went missing on Sept 4 after leaving his residence in Menara Duta here for work in Putrajaya in a grey Proton Perdana bearing registration plate WA6264Q.


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