KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is seeking 12 men to facilitate investigations into a corruption case involving the protection of illegal gambling dens and massage parlours in Melaka.
In a statement today, the commission said all the individuals were wanted to assist in investigations into the case involving the arrests of 13 people, including nine Melaka policemen and officers in May.
“The wanted individuals are Tee Kian Yee, 29; Ng Kok Yuan, 28; Lim Chin Wah, 33; Ng Kim Boon, 51; Goh Tse Yuan, 30; Tan Kai Boon, 26; Chua Kiew Chai, 50; Khor Chee How, 38; Tan Seng Hwee, 31; Sah Kok Onn, 32; Teoh Song Peng, 48; and Tan Wee Kok, 25,” the statement said.
Those with information on the individuals’ whereabouts are urged to contact MACC investigating officer Saiful Amir Hamzah at 03-88867592 or 014-2244003.
During the arrests in May, Central Melaka and Jasin district police chiefs were rounded up with nine others for allegedly protecting illegal gambling dens and massage parlours in the state.