19 December 2007
Mohd Firdaous Mohd Omar from Celcom’s special projects and investigations division told the High Court trial of murder victim and Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu that the “019” mobile phone number that was registered under Norazila Baharuddin from 15 April 2006 was used to answer a 20-second call on 19 October 2006 at Puncak Alam.
Norazila was accused Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri’s girlfriend and Puncak Alam was the area where Altantuya was blown up. Lance Corporal Rohaniza Roslan had previously testified in court that Azilah was using the number at that time.
30-year-old Mohd Firdaous added that at 10:43pm that night, the number had answered a call made from a “012” number that was registered under Rohaniza. At this time, the “012” number was located at Section 4, Kota Damansara.
Then, Norazila’s “019” number received an anonymous SMS at 11:16pm. The number was then used to call Rohaniza at 11:28pm, lasting for a minute. The call was made from Puncak Perdana.
From the Celcom records, it was also determined that Rohaniza called the “019” number back at 11:48pm for 104 seconds.
Azilah’s name was also recorded in the Celcom customer service system under this “019” number, suggesting that he could have made enquiries with Celcom previously.
Mohd Firdaous testified to the court that the police had made requests on 30 May, 25 September and 15 November 2007 to obtain mobile phone transaction records for Azilah and Rohaniza.
The Star Online – Girlfriend’s number used in Puncak Alam
New Straits Times – Altantuya murder trial: Calls place accused at scene
MCW – Altantuya Murder Trial: Bomb Expert Continues Testimony
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