AGC finds other offences in case of MACC’s missing US$6.94 million

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The Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) found there were other offences that required further investigation by the relevant enforcement agencies in the case of the missing US$6.94 million based on the investigation paper (IP) submitted by the MACC.

The AGC, in a statement today, said it had carried out an in-depth study on the IP which was submitted by the MACC last Sept 28.

“The IP has been returned for further action,” it said.

On Sept 23, Bernama reported that the police would call three MACC senior officers, who were previously remanded for six days, to facilitate the investigation into the missing cash.

Bukit Aman CID chief Abd Jalil Hassan said they would also call the owner of the money, former director-general of Malaysian External Intelligence Organisation (MEIO), Hasanah Abdul Hamid, to assist in the probe.