Ex-hotel exec out on bail in orang utan case

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 06 Sep 2003

KOTA KINABALU: A former hotel executive has been freed on police bail in Tuaran after being held for 10 days following investigations into the slaughter of three orang utan.  

Tuaran district officer Abdullah Wahid, who sat as second-class magistrate, released the man on a RM2,000 bail. 

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