Police have discovered that money is being mysteriously drained from Malaysia Flight 370′s passengers’ bank accounts.
According to New Straits Times, police have reported that 111,000 RM (equivalent to $34,000) has been withdrawn from four passengers’ accounts. The money was discovered to be missing during an “internal audit” by the bank. A local bank manager reported it first to the police.
Investigators are now examining the theft under Section 4 (1) of the Computer Crimes Act.
The theft occurred on July 18, 2014, four months after Flight 370 was lost.
A Dutch company called Fugro is carrying on the search for Flight 370 in the Indian Ocean. It will use two specialist crafts while searching for the missing flight in the vast area of the southern Indian ocean. They say the search could “take up to twelve months.”
What do you think? What does the mysterious draining of money from the passengers’ bank accounts mean?
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