Negri CID chief passes away

SEREMBAN (Bernama): Negri Sembilan Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief Asst Comm Ramlan Abdul Razak, 59, has passed away in Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital (HTJ) at 1.35am on Sunday (Sept 12) morning.

State police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohamad Mat Yusop said ACP Ramlan was confirmed positive for Covid-19 on Aug 8 and was being treated at HTJ, but he was confirmed negative before he died.

"His internal organs failed to function properly due to the lasting effects of Covid-19,” he said.

He said ACP Ramlan’s demise was a big loss to the state police especially the Negri Sembilan CID

DCP Mohamad described ACP Ramlan as a kind but firm person with wide experience in crime investigation.

He said the officer who had served the Royal Malaysia Police for more than 30 years, was about to retire on Oct 9.

His remains were laid to rest at the Senawang Muslim Cemetery at about 11 am and the late officer left behind a widow and 10 children, he added.- Bernama

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