KUALA LUMPUR (BERNAMA) - Police have recorded former prime minister Najib Razak's statement relating to the inspections and raids on three residential units at the Pavilion Residences on May 18.
A police vehicle, believed to be carrying CID officers from the Dang Wangi Police Headquarters was seen leaving Datuk Seri Najib's residence in Langgak Duta at 1.40pm on Wednesday (May 30), after being there for two hours.
Two vehicles believed to be carrying Mr Najib's lawyers were also seen entering the compound of the residence at noon.
Sources said that the recording of statement process was initially scheduled for yesterday.
He said investigations were being done after Mr Najib lodged a police report in Pekan, Pahang, recently, over the seizure of personal belongings and valuables during the police raids at the luxury residences.
On Tuesday, police recorded the statement from Mr Najib's daughter over the seizure of her personal belongings during the inspections on one of the three residential units.
Police reportedly recorded the statement from Ms Nooryana Najwa, better known as Gina, after she lodged a report following her dissatisfaction with the police's action in inspecting and seizing several items which she said were her wedding gifts.
Dang Wangi Police chief ACP Shaharudin Abdullah, when contacted, confirmed that the police had recorded Mr Najib's statement at his residence on Wednesday.