Unnamed Suspect Arrested In Connection To MYAirline Investigations

The suspect is one of the shareholders in i-Serve Online Mall Sdn Bhd, along with Datuk Allan Goh Hwan Hua, who is the co-founder and majority shareholder of the troubled local airline, MYAirline.

Cover image via FMT

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Earlier today, 23 October, police detained a male suspect said to be involved in the recent developments at the troubled MYAirline

The Malay male suspect was arrested in the early hours of Monday morning, at his residence in Bangsar. He will be taken to the Jinjang central lockup to be remanded later today, reported New Straits Times.

Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) director Comm Datuk Seri Ramli Mohamed Yoosuf said the man is in his 40s and is a shareholder in i-Serve Online Mall Sdn Bhd (i-Serve).

MYAirline co-founder Datuk Allan Goh Hwan Hua, who was arrested along with his wife and son last week over money laundering charges, is also a shareholder in i-Serve.

i-Serve and six related firms were fined by Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) for operating without the necessary deposit-accepting licence

"The investigation is ongoing, with a focus on reviewing crucial documents related to i-Serve's business transactions," FMT quoted Ramli as saying.

Police have also seized 12 vehicles from Goh and the unnamed suspect, documents related to i-Serve Technology and Vacation Sdn Bhd, six luxury watches, eight luxury handbags, two laptops, one CPU, and 10 pieces of jewellery.

While Goh's wife and son were released on Saturday, Goh will be released today on police bail as his remand ends.

Earlier, Muhyiddin denied any association with MYAirline:

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