3 missing flight 370 passengers bank accounts looted by possible 4th passenger

By Shepard Ambellas

Is a passenger still alive from missing flight 370 or have I.D.s been fraudulently used in a crime?

(Photo credit: Andy Mitchell/Flickr)
(Photo credit: Andy Mitchell/Flickr)

KUALA LUMPUR (INTELLIHUB) — On July 18, 2014, several large sums of money were physically transferred out of three passengers bank accounts who were aboard missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 into a fourth passenger’s bank account, reports say.

In fact, the transactions were so odd that they were immediately flagged by bank officials before being reported to authorities who are now investigating CCTV footage captured by various automated teller machine cameras.

Officials say that a total of $111,000 RM cash was withdrawn from banks on the same day and that they have already identified the suspects.

No arrests have been made.

Malaysian Airlines flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014 on route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur.



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