If you have useful information on the whereabouts of fugitive Datuk Jamal Md Yunos you can pocket RM10,000.
Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng had in a tweet this morning stated that RM10,000 was offered for those able to provide credible and useful information on Jamal.
Lim told the Malay Mail that the offer was made by a businessman acquaintance of him, who he met on Sunday night.
“He came up to me and made the cash offer during a dinner event I attended.
“I called him back in the morning to check if he was serious about his offer, which he was indeed,” he said.
Lim said the donor was putting up the amount stated in cash, with the intentions of the runaway Sungai Besar Umno chief being arrested swiftly.
“He feels strongly about Jamal running away from under the nose of the police, and wants him to be brought to book and arrested immediately,” he said, referring to his friend.
Lim said all the information received would be channelled to the police for them to establish if indeed new leads had been gained.
“The information can come to me very easily, as I am contactable through many means even social media.
“However, once we get the info, we will give it to the police and from there they will tell me if the information was useful to their investigations,” he said.
Lim added that the recipient of the RM10,000 bounty would not necessarily have to lead police to the fugitive’s doorstep, but as long as it pointed police in the right direction.
“Even though if Jamal is not located after the new information, as long as the info is new and useful, we will give the informant the RM10,000,” he said.
Jamal is believed to have fled to the port town of Tanjung Balai Karimun of the Karimun island in the Riau Islands province in Indonesia.
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