Malaysian authorities are searching for four more North Korean suspects who left the country the same day Kim Jong Nam, the North Korean leader’s estranged half-brother, was killed.
Noor Rashid Ibrahim, deputy national police chief, identified the suspects at a news conference on Sunday. He also mentioned a fifth person of interest and two unnamed North Korean wanted in connection with the incident.
The four suspects identified are males ranging in age from 33 and 57, according to the Malaysian newspaper, The Star.
SOURCE: USA Today Online