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“Datuk Seri” On The Run With Bags Of Cash, Was Last Seen In Puchong

“Datuk Seri” On The Run With Bags Of Cash, Was Last Seen In Puchong

Nicky Liow Soon Hee is wanted for money laundering, though he first became infamous for beating up RELA officers.

Hakim Hassan

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Winner Dynasty Group Founder Datuk Seri Nicky Liow Soon Hee who first caught the attention of Malaysians for beating up three People’s Volunteer Corps (RELA) officers is now on the run with several bags of cash.

READ MORE: Young Datuk Seri Who Went Viral For Beating Up RELA Guards Wanted Again By PDRM For Money Laundering

It was reported by The Star that he fled with eight bags of cash and the police believe that he is still within the country. He was last seen in Puchong on 20 March.

Johor Police Chief Comm Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said that his movements might be limited now due to the fact that his two brothers – age 28 and 30 – have been arrested on drug related offences.

It’s also reported that both siblings hold Datuk and Datuk Seri titles and had a close relationship to Liow.

Our checks also revealed that Liow had over RM40mil in his personal accounts, based on information from Bank Negara.

Johor Police Chief Comm Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay via The Star

The information was leaked

Meanwhile, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador revealed to media that information pertaining to ‘Ops Pelican 3.0’, to hunt down Datuk Seri Nicky Liow Soon Hee and other members of his gang, was leaked.

It was reported by The Edge that those who leaked the information were from within the police force.

Based on the interrogations done, there has been an information leak, and due to this, Nicky Liow managed to transfer a large amount of money out of the premises.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador via The Edge

It was also revealed that 34 public sector personnel, including from within the Police Force are believed to have been involved and investigations have uncovered that a former deputy public prosecutor who carries the title ‘Datuk’ were among the individuals who leaked information.

68 of his people have already been arrested

The police arrested 68 people who are believed to be part of the gang associated with Nicky Liow Soon Hee.

Abdul Hamid said that all these individuals were detained for various offenses, including money laundering.

Awani reported that the police also frozen 41 bank accounts worth RM4,053,809.49 and 35 vehicles worth RM8,863,759.00.

Cash money from various countries totaling more than RM700,000 and 16 luxury cars valued at RM6.67 million were also confiscated.


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