Police believe can resolve at least four cases of murder following the admission of four suspects that they had been involved in previous cases of murder and burn victims in Gadong Estate, Morib nearby.
In the latest case, the suspect was associated with loss of cosmetics tycoon Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others are believed killed after reportedly missing since August 30 last.
Director of Criminal Investigation Department, Police Headquarters in Bukit Aman, Datuk Seri Mohd. Bakri Mohd. Zinin said in a year, four reported cases occurred involving a victim who disappeared from Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
"The victims are also believed to be involved earlier in the business of buying land with others.
"Four of the suspects arrested in the case Sosilawati and three other victims also told they had been involved in other cases. Following that, we will conduct a detailed investigation," he told reporters at police headquarters here today.
Sosilawati, 47, and her personal assistant, Shamsuddin Kamaruddin, 44, CIMB bank officer, Noorhisham Mohammad, 38, and a private lawyer, Ahmad Kamil Abd. Karim, 32, reported missing since August 30 last after Banting said to want to purchase land for the business.
Mohd. Bakri told, his could not confirm whether the victim was carrying a sum of cash when meeting a lawyer in Banting before the case was lost because of all the evidence had been burnt.
However, he said, the cases handled by the Kuala Lumpur police because the police report made on the contingent and will be assisted by the Selangor Police.
"I would also like to thank the public and the media who helped in the investigation of this case," he said.
He added that the Director of Special Task Force (Operation / Anti-Terrorism) Bukit Aman, Datuk Mohamad Fuzzy Aaron is also involved in the investigation to investigate the unusual property that is owned by one of the suspects holding a lawyer in the case Sosilawati.