Interpol issues red notice for suspects in Rf18 million fraud case


Haveeru Online on November 28, 2011 released the following:

Aminath Shifleen, Haveeru News Service

Interpol has put the three suspects in the fraud case, which involves Rf18 million found missing from a bank account of the three owners of motorcycle retailer Sheesha, in its wanted list.

Police spokesperson, Sub-inspector Ahmed Shiyam said the suspects include Ibrahim Shahid, 41 from Baa atoll Thulhadhoo who escaped after being released from custody under a court order.

Interpol also issued “red notice” for Musthaumidh Mohamed, 31 from Shaviyani atoll Lhaimagu and 35-year-old Mohamed Musthafa from the same island.

Shiyam said Shahid was taken to the Criminal Court with bank documents and other evidence but was released by the court citing the arrest unlawful.

The three are believed to have had fled the Maldives.

Rf18 million was transferred from the joint savings account at State Bank of India (SBI), which is owned by Ahmed ‘Sheesha’ Hassan Manik, Hussein Husham and Ibrahim Husham, to a Bank of Maldives (BML) account via a forged document faxed to the bank.”


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