EAIC submits report to AGC on incident where suspect escaped MACC HQ
3 Nov 2020
PUTRAJAYA: The Enforcement Agency Integrity Commission (EAIC) has submitted a report to the Attorney-General's Chambers on its investigation into a Macau scam suspect's escape from the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) headquarters.
Its chairman Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan (pic) said the report was submitted along with the EAIC's decision on the incident.
"The commission would like to announce that it has completed its investigation into the case. All parties gave their full cooperation. The findings of the case as well as the EAIC's decision on the matter has been handed over to the AG's Chambers," he said.on Tuesday (Nov 3).
On Oct 16, Sidek had said that the commission would be opening an investigation paper to investigate the matter.
On Oct 11, Alvin Goh Leong Yeong who was out on Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) bail disappeared to avoid being rearrested by the police.
He and eight others were being investigated for alleged involvement in money laundering, a Macau scam and illegal online gambling.
Goh fled after the MACC handed him over to his guarantor as the police waited to arrest him.
He was arrested on Oct 27 and police have detained him under the Prevention of Crime Act (Poca).