Barely a week after former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak was defeated in elections, police carried out a pre-dawn raid at one of his residences, confiscating dozens of suitcases containing cash, jewelry and hundreds of designer bags as part of an ongoing corruption probe. The Associated Press reports that Malaysian television "showed police carting away orange boxes containing handbags and luggage of various sizes from the condominium. Each orange box has a label and a picture of the bag." It said the labels on the boxes "describe the bags as a 'navy blue crocodile skin with diamond,' a 'blue with diamonte' crocodile skin Hermes and a gray crocodile skin Hermes. All appeared to be new and were bought abroad, including in Paris and Switzerland...
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Malaysian Police Seize Cash, Jewels, Designer Bags From Ousted Premier's Residence