Timeline in Datuk Sosilawati’s Case

PETALING JAYA (Sept 12, 2010)

The mystery of what happened to cosmetics queen Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya, her driver  Kamaruddin Shamsudin, her personal lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim and CIMB Kampung Baru bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad who were missing for more than a week, has finally been solved by police, following the arrest of eight people.

Below is the chronology of events since they were last seen.

Aug 30

Sosilawati left her house in Gombak for the last time after telling one of her daughters she is taking a three-day trip to Banting.

CIMB bank officer Noorhisham Mohammad calls his wife, apologising for not returning home for three days, telling her he will explain everything when he returns.

Lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim‘s, 32, and Sosilawati’s driver Kamarudin Shansudin‘s, 44 also disappear.

Sept 2

Sosilawati reportedly seen with a man believed to be  Ahmad Kamil, whilst buying Raya cookies at a shop in Kampung Sungai Lan, Banting.

Noorhisham’s wife Suzana Radim Pangat reports her husband missing at Dang Wangi police station.

Sept 6

Missing persons report is filed by Sosilawati’s family members.

Sosilawati’s BMW X5 is discovered at Angsana Apartment, USJ1 at around 10pm.

Lawyer Ahmad Kamil Abdul Karim’s BMW M5 is also discovered in front of the Grand Dorset Subang Hotel around the same time.

Sept 7

IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan tells media police have information on the case and are looking for a lawyer who was to have a meeting with Sosilawati over a land deal.

Suzana tells the media she used a spare key to drive home her husband’s Proton Perdana from Section 7, Shah Alam after being informed of its whereabouts by Sosilawati’s daughter

Sept 10

Six plantation workers are arrested in connection with the case

Sept 11

Two brothers who are lawyers, one of them a ‘datuk’ are arrested.

Police cordon off a farm located at Jalan Gadong, Tanjong Sepat.

Sept 12

An eighth suspect is arrested.

Police forensics team enter the farm, along with two men in lock-up attire. — theSun


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