Police investigating claim senior officers involved in a missing person case

PASIR GUDANG: Police have detected a two-minute video uploaded by Facebook account owner “Sri Boss” claiming that police officers hid his father.

Seri Alam OCPD Supt Sohaimi Ishak said following that, police conducted an investigation at the scene and surrounding areas claimed by the individual as well as recordings from the closed-circuit cameras (CCTVs).

“The results of forensic analysis from the CCTVs recordings could not identify the individual and the vehicle registration plate number,’’ he said in a statement on Thursday (June 30).

Supt Sohaimi said police first received a report in Klang on Jan 22 by a 19-year-old boy who claimed his father had gone missing in December 2021.

He said the teenager then came to Johor on Jan 3 searching for his father whom he believed was in the state.

“We received four more reports lodged by the family members of the missing person on Jan 28 between 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

“In their reports, the family members named two senior police officers and three local men they suspected to be related to the missing person,” he said.

Supt Sohaimi said investigation showed that the police officers were previously based at Klang South police district headquarters.

“Investigation on the three men living in Klang allegedly involved in the case as claimed by the family members showed they had never been in contact with the missing person.

“Investigations also found that there is no involvement by police officers as alleged by the family,’’ he said, adding that investigation however was still ongoing.

Supt Sohaimi urged those with information on the case to contact investigating officer Insp Mazly Samy at 010-9598898, Seri Alam District Police headquarters control centre at 011-21775118, or the nearest police stations.

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Crime , missing person , Seri Alam , senior police , Johor


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