kuala lumpur - The police in Malaysia found 114 million ringgit (24.4 million euros) in cash when they searched several apartments in the anti-corruption case around the 1MDB state fund. The money was in 35 bags, divided over different houses.
dThe head of the police unit for economic crimes reports that 37 bags were found with jewelery and watches. The value of those goods has not yet been determined.
Three apartments were searched in the Pavilion Residences in Kuala Lumpur. According to the police chief, the son and daughter of the suspected former prime minister Najib Razak lived in two of the apartments. The third house was empty.