KUALA LUMPUR: Police will soon call in a close relative of murdered Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan who allegedly made a death threat against him.
The New Straits Times (NST) quoted Deputy Inspector-General of Police Noor Rashid Ibrahim as saying police would call in more people, including close relatives, to fill in gaps in the probe.
The close relative reportedly made a death threat against Nazrin via a telephone call three months before Nazrin was found dead in his house in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Nazrin lodged a police report but it was withdrawn not long before his murder, the NST report said.
Noor Rashid said police were also awaiting the results of Nazrin’s second post-mortem, which was conducted on Oct 8.
Noor Rashid had earlier flagged off about 4,000 participants of the Penang 2nd Bridge Police 2018 Solidarity Fun Ride which was held last night.