Odd-job worker sought in EPF scam probe


  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 26 Mar 2003

SHAH ALAM: A 66-year-old man is being sought by the Selangor police to assist them in investigations into the illegal withdrawal of RM150,000 from the Employees Provident Fund. 

Mohamad Salleh of B127, Kampung Melayu, Sri Kundang, Rawang, is known as Pak Mat among his friends.  

He is believed to be an odd-job worker. 

Pak Mat is believed to be a close friend of a person who allegedly used forged documents to illegally withdraw RM150,000 from Public Bank Berhad in Bandar Sungai Buloh on Feb 17, state CID chief SAC 11 Abu Bakar Mustaffa told a press conference yesterday. 

“We have so far arrested two persons and charged them in court,” he said. 

He urged those with information on Pak Mat to contact the Petaling Jaya Commercial Crime Chief ASP S. Muniandy at 03-79562222. 

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 1
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
   

Next In Nation

INTERACTIVE: Teachers a class above in difficult times
Keep masking up, Malaysia
Registration for second round of AZ jabs to start soon
Experts: Fear leads to overcrowding at PPV centres
Muhyiddin: UN must act now
Youths to be included in shaping govt policies
OIC to be asked to help protect Palestinians
The terrific art of terrarium
Manufacturing plant dedicated to... plants
Man gives ‘visit wife’ excuse

Stories You'll Enjoy


Vouchers