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None of the 18 most wanted in Sabah

18th January, 2019

By NAZRINI BADARUN

SEMPORNA: Sabah Police on Thursday confirmed that none of the 18 on the most wanted list for cross border crimes and kidnappings in the east coast is in Sabah.

Sabah Police Commissioner Dato Omar Mammah said this in a media conference after officiating a Community Policing programme at the Semporna Community Centre. Also present was Deputy Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Zaini Jass.

“The people of Sabah need not to worry about the recently issued wanted list as we are monitoring their movement with the assistance of our counterparts in neighbouring country.

“However the public can channel any information they have to the police,” Omar said.

On Jan 6, the Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCOM) issued an updated wanted list of 18 suspects including seven new names. They are Salip Mura, Sibih Pisih, Titing Alihasan Iyot Panday, Roger Saji, Long Sahirin, Jul Aksan Abdurajan Halimaw and Ben Tatoh.

Ben is known for his participation in the killing of two foreigners in the Philippines.

ESSCOM commander Datuk Hazani Ghazali said that ESSCOM is looking for the 18 to assist in investigations into several crimes which took place last year.

“We came out with a new, updated list after getting confirmation from Philippine authorities.

“We (also urge members of the public with information on the wanted individuals) to channel information to ESSCOM, so that we can take immediate action,” he added.

Reappearing on the list are Idang Susukan @ Abu Jihad, who is suspected of having decapitated Malaysian Bernard Then Ted Fen; and Abu Sayyaf group commander Hatib Sawadjan.

   
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