MH370: Police investigating company involved in cleaning of cabin

MH370: Police investigating company involved in cleaning of cabin

SINTOK - Police are investigating the company involved in the cleaning of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 cabin before it departed from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Beijing, China on March 8.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said police were looking into all possible angles including loopholes during the cleaning works.

On another matter, Khalid said police could not disclose details of investigation into the Semporna kidnapping case to avoid jeopardising the safety of the hostages.

It was reported that the abductors have demanded RM36.4mil to secure the release of Gao Huayun, 29, a Chinese tourist who was abducted together with a Filipino resort worker Marcy Dayawan,40, by three masked gunmen at gunpoint from Singamata Adventures and Reef Resort on April 4.

On the incident where two policemen were shot during a patrol duty in Ampang, Selangor yesterday, Khalid said doctors had successfully removed the bullet from the stomach of one of the victims.

He said the policeman was reported to be in stable condition at Ampang Hospital while his colleague sustained minor injuries and received outpatient treatment.


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