Lookout notice against Asifa's husband

The Customs Department has issued a lookout notice against Abdulla, husband of Asifa, who had handed over gold to Harris, Asifa and Arifa in Dubai to be taken to Nedumbassery.

Published: 19th October 2013 12:43 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th October 2013 12:43 PM   |  A+A-

The Customs Department has issued a lookout notice against Abdulla, husband of Asifa, who had handed over gold to Harris, Asifa and Arifa in Dubai to be taken to Nedumbassery.

The Customs Department also found that Faizal, brother of T K Fayaz (key accused), was supplying the smuggled gold to various jewellery shops across the state.

According to Customs officials, they had issued a lookout notice against Abdulla, who lured Harris, Arifa and Asifa into smuggling.

The department has also alerted all the airports in the country about him.

“Abdulla received gold from Fayaz before handing it over to Arifa and Asifa. It was he who lured Harris into gold smuggling. Abdulla is suspected to be a part of the racket which was operated by Asraf and Fayaz,” Customs officials said.

They had earlier issued a lookout notice against Asraf for whom Fayaz was working in Dubai.

The Customs Department also filed a report regarding the interrogation of the accused in the jail.

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