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SC Seeks Public Help to Locate Six Individuals Connected to Money Laundering-related Offences


The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is seeking assistance from members of the public for information towards locating the whereabouts of six individuals, who are being investigated for possible breach of Section 4(1) of the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 (AMLA) for receiving illegal proceeds via their bank accounts.

The six individuals and their last known addresses are as follows:

1) Noor Hayazi Bin Ahmad (IC: 790712-02-5521)
– No. 35, Feeder 6, Ayer Hitam, 06150 Jitra, Kedah

2) Muhammad Harith Aiman Bin Shaharuddin (IC: 950823-14-6573)
– No. 11, Jalan Jasa 26, Taman Medan Pejasa, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

3) Ahmad Azlan Bin Edi (IC: 960926-14-5069)
– No. 15, Lorong Keramat Dalam 1, Kampung Datok Keramat, 54000 Kuala Lumpur

4) Muhammad Rafie Bin Hadhari (IC: 941013-05-5081)-
i. No. 9832 Taman Setia Jaya, 78100 Lubok China, Melaka
ii. Batu 22 ½, Kampung Ramuan China Besar, 78300 Masjid Tanah, Melaka
iii. Markas Tentera Darat, Cawangan Sumber Manusia, Kementah Jalan Padang Tembak, 50634 Kuala Lumpur
iv. Kg. Setia Jaya, 78100 Lubok China, Melaka

5) Gary Tapau Anak Umut (IC: 851113-13-5055) –
i. Rumah Unchit, Geligau Ulu, 95800 Engkilili, Sarawak
ii. 49A-69, Taman Pusat Kepong, Kepong, 52000 Kuala Lumpur
iii. 49, No. 2 Jalan Tampoi Indah, Taman Tampoi Indah, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor
iv. No. 4, Jalan Harmoni 4/18, Taman Desa Harmoni, 81100 Johor

6) Amir Shahrum Nordin (IC: 900222-05-5183) –
i. No. 03, Persiaran Putra 3, 31750 Tronoh, Perak
ii. No. 73 Persiaran Iskandar Perdana 30, Bandar Seri Iskandar, 32600 Bota, Perak
iii. D-19-09, Season Luxury Apartment, Jalan Larkin, 80350 Johor Bahru, Johor

Members of the public with any information on any of the six missing individuals are encouraged to notify the SC by calling 012-6108793 or email For more information, please visit

About the Securities Commission Malaysia

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), a statutory body reporting to the Minister of Finance, was
established under the Securities Commission Act 1993. It is the sole regulatory agency for the regulation
and development of capital markets. The SC has direct responsibility for supervising and monitoring
the activities of market institutions, including the exchanges and clearing houses, and regulating all
persons licensed under the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007. More information about the SC is
available on its website at Follow the SC on twitter at @SecComMy for more updates.

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