Malaysian pastor's phone signal detected 3 hours after abduction, inquiry told

Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted from his car by a group of men in Petaling Jaya on Feb 13 while on his way to a friend's house.
Pastor Raymond Koh was abducted from his car by a group of men in Petaling Jaya on Feb 13 while on his way to a friend's house. PHOTO: THE STAR/ ASIA NEWS NETWORK

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Pastor Raymond Koh's mobile phone signal was last detected about three hours after he was abducted, his son Jonathan said on Monday (Oct 30).

He said a "technical officer" from the police had told him that this signal was detected at 2pm at Taman Mayang in Petaling Jaya on Feb 13.

The police, however, did not find anything there, he told a public inquiry by Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) into the disappearance of four people, including Pastor Koh.

His son said that on Feb 14, the technical officer sent him CCTV records for his father's Honda Accord's movement from their house to Jalan Majlis.

The 62-year-old pastor was abducted from his car by a group of men in Petaling Jaya on Feb 13 at about 11am while on his way to a friend's house. His silver-coloured car has not been found.

The panel of inquiry consist of commissioners Datuk Mah Weng Kwai as chairman, Prof Datuk Dr Aishah Bidin, and Dr Nik Salida Suhaila Nik Saleh.

 
 

Former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar is also scheulded to testify at the inquiry on Monday.