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BREAKING: Dauntless Jho Low evades arrest fleeing from Macau




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Jho Low, the Malaysian businessman linked to the 1MDB scandal is believed to have fled Macau, fleeing from the Malaysian police once again.

The Malaysian police chief Mohammad Fuzi Harun on Tuesday (Jul 10),
it was waiting for an answer from Macau police on its request to send a team to arrest Jho Low.

However, the invisible man Jho Low, scenting his days of freedom was near has fled Macau to an unknown destination.

Low – real name is Low Taek Jho – is wanted by Malaysian authorities as part of investigations into the scandal-plagued 1MDB state fund.

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“According to an email (from the Macau police), Jho Low is believed to have left Macau for an unknown destination,” said Mohammad Fuzi.

Low was believed to have fled for Macau from Hong Kong on a ferry after a team was sent to Hong Kong to track him down.

Jho Low did not only give the Malaysian and Macau police the miss. He has also been an impossible man to track and arrest by other jurisdictions.

He is on a red alert of the Interpol. Singapore has also sent a red alert to the Interpol to help them catch Mr Low.

Malaysia has sent requests for help from other countries, including the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, India and Myanmar.

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