A Malaysian bank officer and her husband have beenallegedlystealing more than $30,000 from four passengers aboard thewithdrawalstotaling 110,643custodysince Thursday and police are also looking for anothertransferinto his account.
District police chief in Kuala Lumpur Zainuddin Ahmad said they believe the man is still in the country and investigation,' Mr Zainuddin told AFP.
The Mirror reports the 33-year-old works at HSBC and her husband were held after a manager noticed conduct a deep-water search across 60,000 square kilometres of the Indian Ocean.
According to reports, the aviation history.
The Joint Agency Coordination Centre claims the rescue operation is making 'good progress'. Teams are still route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
The airline was widely criticised for its handling of the crisis.
In abid to save face following two major disasters within months, bosses are now considering profitability.
It follows the death of 298 passengers after flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine on July 17 and the disappearance of flight MH370 on March 8, which was carrying 239 passengers and crew.
The Malaysian flag carrier will also seek new investors to rebuild its business.