KUALAL LUMPUR – The police are hunting four individuals suspected to be members of Daesh terrorists involved in the planning of launching attacks on religious homes, abduction and killing police.
The Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said, they are the remnants of six militants suspects arrested prior to this.
The Counter Terrorism Division of the Bukit Aman Special Branch has arrested six individuals from the same cell in Johor between 27 February and 1 March.
The suspects were arrested for the suspicion on planning to attack non-muslim religious homes and the abduction and killing of police officers.
“Nevertheless, four individuals from the remnants of this cell are still at large and they are dangerous,” he said in a statement today.
On the same development, Muhamad Fuzi said that the police are working on to trace the four suspects.
“They are capable of launching attacks that can threaten national security.
“The information of the four suspects are Muhamad Faizal Muhamad Hanafi, 19 ; Muhamad Hanafi Yah, 51; Nor Farkhan Mohd Isa, 31 and Awae Wae-Eya, 37,” he said.
Muhamad Faizal Muhamad Hanafi and Muhamad Hanafi Yah originated from the same place in Kampung Ketil Pengkalan Kubor, Tumpat, Kelantan while Nor Farkhan Mohd Isa is from Taman Ungku Tun Aminah, Skudai Johor and Awae Wae-Eya is from Vho-Airong, Narathiwat, Thailand.
Anyone with information on the four individuals are urged to contact Inspector Mohd Badri Othman from the Counter Terrorism Division of Bukit Aman Special Branch through 017 6727120 or your nearest police station to assist in the investigation.
Individuals found to withheld information, abet or protect the four individuals can be charged under Section 130M, 130K and 130L of the Penal Code which can lead to imprisonment between seven to 30 years upon conviction. – MalaysiaGazette