KUALA LUMPUR (May 13): Police will check CCTV footage from a deluxe Kuala Lumpur apartment block at which relatives of ousted Prime Minister Najib Razak may have been staying, but the city’s police chief said an earlier Reuters report had mischaracterised the operation on Saturday as a “raid”.

Kuala Lumpur’s top cop, Mazlan Lazim, told Reuters police were acting on a complaint and were there only to recover the video footage for forensic analysis. “You cannot call it a raid,” he said.

Mazlan said police were acting after a complaint, based on video footage, that a van with a logo from the department of the prime minister and cabinet had delivered boxes carrying designer handbags to the apartment for Najib's wife, Rosmah Mansor.

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