Five vehicles, 15 masked men, 42 seconds. That was all it took to make 64-year-old Koh Keng Joo disappear on 13 February 2017. Since then he has never been found.
Today, Malaysiakini traces the events that followed the mysterious disappearance. With no legitimate ransom demand for over a year and an investigation that seems to be going nowhere, the family is doing what they can to keep the case alive and in the foreground.
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