S. Korean police hunt for Malaysian woman after US$13mil vanishes from casino resort

The employee in charge of the funds was a Malaysian national, who did not return to work after going on vacation at the end of December. - SHINHWAWORLD.COM

SEOUL (Bloomberg): South Korean police are on the hunt for a female casino executive who disappeared after her employer discovered 14.6 billion won (US$13 million) in cash missing from the resort's coffer.

Hong Kong-based Landing International Development, which operates Jeju Shinhwa World, disclosed in a statement on its website that it was unable to reach the employee, who was in charge of the casino funds.

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