The search mission for the famous flight MH370 that was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing is still trying to track down any evidence of the missing plane and its passengers and crew members. It’s been five months since the plane disappeared and there is still no news about the missing people that were on it.
However, there have emerged reports about an unidentified person who made a transaction and withdrew more than $33,000 from the accounts of the missing passengers. According to the reports, three accounts have been burgled by an unidentified fourth party, who transferred the money into an anonymous account before completely emptying it out. At the end of July this year the police in Kuala Lumpur released an official statement about the transactions and declared that they were investing the offensive crime. The account’s owner is still unidentified, but the police have evidence that the money was withdrawn from a number of cash points located in the Klang Valley. The police are hoping CCTV footage will be able to track down the criminal.