Sunday, September 12, 2010

Loss Sosilawati: suspect brought to the scene

Loss Sosilawati: suspect brought to the scene

Banting Sept 12. - A police forensic team enter the integrated agricultural farm in nearby Tanjong Sepat along with at least two suspects believed involved in the loss of cosmetics tycoon Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others.

Task media at the entrance to the farm Gadong saw two convoys of vehicles with tight control of the police into the area, and two men dressed in the lock-up visits.

According to a policeman, they enter an area which is situated about 100m from the main street area, which is believed to be related to the loss of the founder of cosmetics Nouvelle Visages (NV) is.

Forensic teams are also to a restaurant, located about four kilometers from the farm to investigate.

Police helicopters were also seen hovering in the lobby-area.

Deputy Chief of Police, Tan Sri Ismail Omar told reporters in Kuala Lumpur that the police believe the case can be settled immediately following the arrest of at least four men.

Ismail refused to state the identity of those arrested, although sources say they include two lawyers.

There remains speculation Sosilawati and three others were missing the heat.

A cousin Sosilawati, found at his home in Gombak, said police have contacted them this afternoon to inform the possibility of a millionaire is found dead in Tanjong Sepat.

"It may have to do DNA to confirm the body of Mayor," said Elias who refuses to state his full name.

Sosilawati first ex-husband called Buhari Sosilawati seen entering the house about 12.30pm

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