Sharlinie: Reward now stands at RM100,000
KUALA LUMPUR: Tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan has topped up the reward for information on the whereabouts of missing girl Sharlinie Mohd Nasir, bringing it to the RM100,000 mark.
The businessman said he wanted to donate RM83,000 to increase the RM17,000 reward offer.
“I hope my gesture would help to find the girl. I join other Malaysians in praying for the safety of Sharlinie,” he told The Star here Sunday.
On Saturday, RM17,000 was put up by a group of people including MCA vice-president Datuk Donald Lim (RM5,000) and MCA Public Services and Complaints Department’s company GMH Property Sdn Bhd (RM5,000).
Lim, who is the Petaling Jaya Selatan MP, announced the amount at a press conference at the PJ police headquarters.
Tan said he hoped that all Malaysians would cooperate to find the missing girl.