KUALA LUMPUR- The forensic investigation report by the Fire and Rescue Department over the death of Cradle Fund chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan (pic), who was trapped in his house in Mutiara Damansara, has been handed over to the police.
Bomba director-general Mohammad Hamdan Wahid said the investigation carried out jointly with the police had several new inputs, and certain samples had been taken to its forensic laboratory here for further investigation.
“Detailed investigation had been carried out using two methods, namely scientifically and Bomba’s K9 tracker dog unit.
“(The) results of the investigation would be issued by the police,” he said at a media conference in conjunction with his official visit to Bomba’s KL headquarters here on Monday.
He said the Fire Department was still collaborating with the police in case there were new leads.
On June 14, Nazrin was found dead after being trapped in a fire on the upper floor of his house in Mutiara Damansara with burnt marks on 30 percent of his body. – Bernama