Altantuya lodged police report stating to look for Razak Baginda if something happened to her, says witness

SHAH ALAM: Murdered Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu lodged a police report the same day she went missing almost 16 years ago stating that 'if something were to happen to her, they should look for Razak Baginda', the High Court here was told on Wednesday (May 18).

Supt Tonny Anak Lunggan, 42, the investigating officer in the murder of the woman said on Nov 3, 2016, DSP Gan Tack Guan had contacted him by phone to inform him that a police report had been lodged by Altantuya at the Tun H.S. Lee Police Station at 1.08pm on Oct 19, 2006.

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