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AN assistant superintendent of police told the Kuala Lumpur High Court today that he suspected Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman and two other individuals were involved in the missing RM250,000 from a safe kept in the house of the politician two years ago.
Ahmad Marzuqi Ibrahim, 39, who is the investigating officer in the case, said he suspected this because only Syed Saddiq and two other individuals, namely Siti Nurul Hidayah and Lim Hooi Sean, knew the combination code for the safe.
“Only Syed Saddiq’s fingerprints were found on the cupboard and safe. I suspected that all three of them were involved or abetted in the case of the missing money.
“I had sent a letter to Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) to obtain information to facilitate the investigation, but I have yet to receive any feedback from BNM,” he said during examination-in-chief by deputy public prosecutor Mohd ‘Afif Ali on the second day of the trial of Syed Saddiq, who faces four charges of criminal breach of trust (CBT) and money laundering.
The fifth prosecution witness also confirmed that there was no trace of the safe being forced open and only Syed Saddiq’s fingerprints were found on it.
“I did not do any verification or investigation on how Syed Saddiq obtained the money because my investigation at the time was according to section 380 of the penal code, which is theft in dwellings,” he said.
“I also confirm that Syed Saddiq never told me that the missing money was political money. He only said it was his savings and also his parents’.”
Earlier, Marzuqi said following a police report on the theft of RM250,000 made by Syed Saddiq on March 29, 2020, he had arrested the politician’s maid, an Indonesian named Novi Dwi Anggraeni.
“However, Novi was released because there was no evidence linking her to the case. I also confirm that Syed Saddiq’s room did not show signs of forced entry,” he said.
Meanwhile, the seventh prosecution witness, Cpl Helmi Abdul Rahman, who received a MERS 999 call from Syed Saddiq regarding the theft, said he did not suspect that the report of the loss of money was false.
“I also did not ask Syed Saddiq when he realised that the money had been stolen or missing,” he said.
According to the first charge, Syed Saddiq, 29, is charged as the then Bersatu’s youth wing or Armada chief – who was entrusted with control of Armada funds – of abetting Rafiq Hakim Razali, Armada’s assistant treasurer at the time, with CBT of RM1 million belonging to the wing.