Missing DPP’s brother urges Malaysians to assist in search


KUALA LUMPUR: Wrestling through a sleepless night, the brother of missing deputy public prosecutor Anthony Kevin Morais pleaded with Malaysians to help him find his sibling.

Speaking to The Star from Georgia, the United States, Charles Morais said he last spoke to the 55-year-old on Thursday and was now grasping for any information relating to his brother’s disappearance.

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