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Sunday, 13 May 2018

PPBM Youth urge police to raid Pavilion Apartment where 50 boxes of luxury handbags worth RM10 million believed to be owned By Rosmah was kept


PPBM says RM10mil handbags transferred to KL condo

FMT Reporters | May 12, 2018



PPBM Youth exco member alleges that 50 cartons of luxury handbags worth about RM10 million were moved by two men and a woman in a government van.



A van purportedly from the PM’s Dept was allegedly used to transfer the bags, according to the report.

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have been urged to raid a luxury condominium here where 50 cartons of luxury handbags, with an estimated total value of RM10 million were allegedly transferred by three people using an official government vehicle.

The van used was believed to be from the Prime Minister’s Department, according to a police report lodged today.

A highly-placed source in the Kuala Lumpur police contingent has confirmed that there was a report.

“We received the report earlier in the day and all we can say is that we are investigating this. I cannot say anything more as it involves something of national importance.” the source said.

The report was lodge by a member of the PPBM Youth executive council, Ben Ali.

The report mentioned the name of Rosmah Mansor, the wife of former prime minister Najib Razak, who is Umno president and Barisan Nasional chairman, whose name has frequently cropped up in allegations on social media about her taste for expensive handbags, especially the Birkin brand.

Ben said: “As Najib Razak and Rosmah Mansor are involved in a major financial scandal, we the people want the condominium unit at Pavilion Residence to be raided.”

It said a woman and two men were seen carrying away the boxes into an officially marked Toyota Hiace van. The report has stated the licence plate number of the van.

A screenshot of the police report was posted on Facebook, with details of the complainant being removed, alongside pictures showing orange boxes stacked inside what looked like a shopping trolley.

FMT is unable to verify the pictures.

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