Five locations searched for evidence relating to 1MDB affair, which saw $3.2bn in funds go missing
Police have raided the home of former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak, reportedly in order to search for documents connected to the $3.2bn 1MDB scandal. More than a dozen police cars turned up at Najib’s Kuala Lumpur residence late on Wednesday, shortly after he had returned from evening prayers a local mosque.
Four other locations were raided, including other condominiums in his name, and his prime ministerial office. Commercial crime director Amar Singh Ishar Singh told local media that police were searching for evidence in an ongoing probe.