KUALA LUMPUR, May 8 (Bernama) -- Police have arrested three men and a woman,
believed to be involved in the kidnapping of a Dutch boy, Nayati Shamelin
Moodliar on April 27.
According to police sources, the suspects, aged between 30 to 50 were
detained in separate operations in Perak and Cheras, Selangor since Sunday to
early this morning.
"Police recovered more than RM100,000 which was part of the ransom paid by
Nayati''s father (Sham Moodliar) and mother (Janice Smith)," said the source.
Bukit Aman together with Kuala Lumpur police made the arrests and seized
equipment such as laptops and mobile phones believed to be used by the suspects
to negotiate with Nayati''s parents for ransom.
The source said police were waiting for the return of Nayati''s family from
their holiday so that their 12-year-old son would help police in identifying the
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Nayati who was kidnapped when walking alone to the Mont Kiara International
School near his home here, was found safe at the Sungai Buloh Rest Area along
the North South Highway at 7.55am on May 3.
Police are believed to be on the trail of another suspect who is still at
large in the capital.
The source did not rule out the possibility that police would be closing in
on him soon, based on information from police intelligence.
MAF MAM CHW JRL