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31st Jan 2020

Three years after a Christian pastor went missing in Malaysia, a government team has sought more time to submit its probe report as police remain unable to trace him.Pastor Raymond Koh was last seen on Feb. 13, 2017, when the 63-year-old was driving on a highway near capital Kuala Lumpur. A CCTV clip that went viral shows a convoy of four black cars and two motorcycles forcing Koh’s car to stop. After a minute of hurried activities, the convoy drives off along with his car. Several people witnessed the daylight abduction on a public road. However, police are yet to trace the abducted man or his black SUV. They have also failed to say who abducted him.Malaysian Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said his ministry had not received a full report from the six-member task force set up to probe the disappearance of Pastor Koh and Amri Che Mat, a Muslim social activist.