Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission investigating money stolen from Syed Saddiq’s home

Syed has since explained that the sum stolen comprised cash belonging to him and his parents and was to be used for home renovations. Source (pic): TTF Files

سوروهنجاي ڤينچيڬاهن رسواه مليسيا سهكن سياست واڠ دچوري دري رومه سيد سددق

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has confirmed opening an investigation paper on the RM250 thousand stolen from the home of former minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.

According to the agency, the investigation paper was opened following a report it received recently regarding the theft.

Yesterday, the internet was flooded with news of RM250,000 being stolen from Syed’s home, reports Syed himself triggered via a media statement.

In the statement and another that followed, Syed explained that a police report had been lodged on the matter and that the police had begun investigations, bringing along a forensic team with them to his home last night.


PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has confirmed opening an investigation paper on the RM250 thousand stolen from the home of former minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.

According to the agency, the investigation paper was opened following a report it received recently regarding the theft.




“Based on that report, we are carrying out an investigation under the MACC Act 2009,” it said.

Yesterday, the internet was flooded with news of RM250,000 being stolen from Syed’s home, reports Syed himself triggered via a media statement.

In the statement and another that followed, Syed explained that a police report had been lodged on the matter and that the police had begun investigations, bringing along a forensic team with them to his home last night.

At the time, Syed said the amount stolen had yet to be verified and that a news report by TV3 indicating that the money belonged to PPBM was false.

Syed has since explained that the sum stolen comprised cash belonging to him and his parents and was to be used for home renovations.

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