Manager seeks updates on case of breach of trust after delayed investigation

IPOH: The police are seeking clarifications regarding the report that a security firm manager filed last year in relation to a case of an alleged criminal breach.

Mohd Amiruddin, Paul Abdullah (50), said that the investigator had not updated the report since March of last year.

“I asked the investigating officer for an update in March of this year and was told that the investigation was still ongoing.”

He said, “I’ve received the same response since last year,” at a press briefing held by Perak Barisan Nasional chief of public service and complaints center Mohd Rawi Abdullah on Tuesday (4th June).

He added, “I’m worried that this case will be classified as NFA.

Mohd Amiruddin said that his report was about a civil servant who he employed as part-time Operations Manager for his company.

He said that the civil servant misused money from his company.

He said, “I’ve been cheated out of more than RM210,000.”

Mohd Amiruddin hoped that the police would take immediate action and speed up their investigations.

He added, “The money that he stole from me affected the cash flow of my company and I would like to resolve this matter as quickly as possible.”

J. Matthews said that all the necessary documents had been sent to the police in order to conduct the investigation.

He said, “We’re not sure even if anyone has been arrested or if any statements were recorded by the people involved.”

Mohd. Rawi has said that he will write to the Inspector-General of Police to clarify the current status of the investigation.

He added, “I hope that the police will expedite their investigations.”

We have tried to contact Ipoh OCPD Assistant Comm Abang Zainal Abidin Abang Ahmad, but without success.

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