IGP: Jho Low Definitely Listed in Interpol’s Red Notice

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Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador has reiterated that Jho Low’s name is on the International Criminal Police Organisation’s (Interpol) Red Notice list.

This was after some parties noticed the absence of Low’s name on the wanted list on the Interpol website.

Hamid clarified that the absence of Low’s name on the online list is because he is in the other list restricted only to authorities.

“There are two categories of Red Notice lists. One that can be shared with the public and the other is only restricted to authorities.

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“So, if there’s any party who says Low is not on the list, please come and see me in the office,” he told the media in Kuala Lumpur today.

A Red Notice is a request by Interpol to law enforcement worldwide, to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender, or similar legal action

Asked on the latest developments on tracing the fugitive, Abdul Hamid said police had in the past received intelligence reports that Low was in Wuhan, China.

“If he is infected with the Covid-19 virus, we advise him to come back to Malaysia to seek treatment. We have the best healthcare here.

“Nine people have to date been cured. We will give him the best treatment if he has been infected,” Malaysia’s top cop said in jest.

Low, whose whereabouts have not been officially revealed by authorities, is believed to be in hiding in China.