KUALA LUMPUR: Investigators are looking at other possible offences, including the abuse of investor funds, in their probe into MYAirline.
“It’s not just money laundering. We are also looking at other crimes such as abusing funds from investors,” said Comm Datuk Seri Ramli Mohamed Yoosuf.
“We are looking at the crimes and offences that could have been committed in the span of two years or more (of its operations).
“It will take time, but investigators are hard at work, poring through transactions involving several companies, including i-Serve and MYAirline,” he said.
The Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) director said he could not go into details except to say that investigators were employing various methods including using forensic accounting.
“Since the first series of arrests were made, CCID investigators have been working to uncover the crimes.
“They are going through statements by witnesses as well as relevant documents from various companies linked to the main suspect,” he said.
To assist police further, Comm Ramli said it was crucial for all i-Serve investors to come forward as soon as possible.
“They have to come forward and lodge police reports over their investments.
“It will assist us in investigating i-Serve, QA Partnership, Trillion Cove and MYAirline,” he said.
It was reported that luxury cars, handbags, watches and jewellery were among the items seized by the police in their probe.
The items were seized during the course of the investigation, which began with the arrests of MYAirline co-founder Datuk Allan Goh, 57, his wife and son last week at their residence in Shah Alam.
All three have been released upon the expiry of their remand.