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Cops received 115 reports on RM118.6mil loss involving i-Serve


Ramli Yoosuf said seven or eight companies are believed to be involved in the money laundering case. (Bernama pic)

PETALING JAYA: Police have received 115 reports regarding investments in i-Serve Online Mall Sdn Bhd (i-Serve) involving losses amounting to RM118.6 million, says Bukit Aman commercial crime investigation department (CCID) director Ramli Yoosuf.

He said further investigations into the case are ongoing, Sinar Harian reported.

“So far, 10 individuals have been detained in connection with this case. The case is still under investigation and it involves the tracing of funds and accounts. Extensive financial forensics will also be conducted,” he was quoted as saying.

The investigation is being carried out under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001.

Previously, the police did not rule out the possibility of further arrests in connection with a money laundering case involving i-Serve, which is linked to MYAirline co-founder Goh Hwan Hua, who is a shareholder of the company.

Ramli said seven or eight companies are believed to be involved in the money laundering case.

On Oct 17, police arrested Goh and two of his family members to assist in the investigation.

Following that, police arrested another businessman in connection with money laundering activities involving the airline. All four were later released on police bail.

On Oct 26, police arrested four more individuals to assist in the investigation, comprising two men and two women, aged between 30 and 62. - FMT

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