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Police in Malaysia have seized 72 bags stuffed with cash, jewellery and luxury goods from properties linked to former Prime Minister Najib Razak as part of investigations into the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) fund corruption scandal.
Mr Singh said the police are still working on opening a safe in that house.
A source from the MACC told theSun that the notice was in relation to the case.
Checks by Bernama found that the public, including the residents in the housing area, had also flocked near the entrance to Najib's residence to find out what was going on. Najib has denied any wrongdoing.More news: Egypt orders Gaza border to open during Muslim holy month of Ramadan
Mahathir on Friday announced his cabinet of 15 senior ministers who will take their oath of office on Monday.
The police also searched another residence of Najib, a luxury apartment in Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur.
Mr Najib had indicated at the outset that he was "prepared and willing to extend his fullest cooperation to the relevant authorities", his lawyer Harpal Singh Grewal said in a statement on Thursday in response to a raid on his client's home.
Najib and his wife, Rosmah Mansor, are on an Immigration Department watch list, and banned from leaving the country.
Mahathir says there is sufficient evidence to investigate the multi-billion-dollar scandal at the 1MDB fund that Najib founded.More news: What Is 'Google One' And Do You Need To Care?
Razak, who served as prime minister from 2009 to 2018, is under investigation by at least six countries for embezzling money-$4.5 billion according to US investigators-from the sovereign state fund 1MDB. His lawyer on Thursday denounced the long search of Najib's home as "harassment".
"Our personnel checked these bags and discovered various currencies including; Malaysian ringgit and U.S. dollars; watches, and jewelry in 72 bags, " Singh said.
The U.S. Justice Department said past year in a filing in a civil lawsuit that almost $30 million of funds stolen from 1MDB was used to buy jewellery for Rosmah, including a rare 22-carat pink diamond set in a necklace.
Police are still conducting search at the private residence of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in Taman Duta.More news: Cash-stuffed designer bags seized raids on Malaysia's ex-PM