KUALA LUMPUR: One of Najib Razak’s children has been allowed to enter his house on Jalan Langgak Duta.
He arrived in a heavily tinted black Vellfire with the registration number plate CDR 11.
The former prime minister’s home in Taman Duta has been under heavy police watch since last night, with police vehicles moving in and out of the bungalow.
Last night, they took away personal belongings from the house, including handbags, believed to be part of an investigation into allegations of money laundering.
Bukit Aman Commercial CID director Amar Singh said apart from the family home, four other places linked to Najib were being searched.
According to The Star, searches were also conducted at the prime minister’s office, the official residence and two places linked to Najib’s family in a luxury Kuala Lumpur condominium.
The search at the family home was ongoing as of 10am today. Police first began searching after Najib returned home from prayers at a mosque yesterday to mark the first day of Ramadan.
Najib’s lawyer, Harpal Singh Grewal, said the search was supposed to be under the money laundering act, but that police had found nothing incriminating.