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Could this be Jong-nam’s alleged killer?

Malay Mail Online logo Malay Mail Online 2/15/2017

A CCTV image showing a woman suspect linked to the death of a North Korean man said to be Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother to the country's leader Kim Jong-un, at the Kuala Lumpur low-cost terminal airport in Sepang on February 13, 2017. — Malay Mail pic © Provided by Malay Mail Online A CCTV image showing a woman suspect linked to the death of a North Korean man said to be Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother to the country's leader Kim Jong-un, at the Kuala Lumpur low-cost terminal airport in Sepang on February 13, 2017. — Malay Mail pic KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 15 — A nationwide hunt is underway for two women suspects behind the death of a man widely believed to be Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un last Monday.

In an exclusive, Malay Mail managed to obtain these CCTV images of one of the suspects from a source at klia2 before she reportedly left in a taxi.

The women, said to be North Korean agents, were reported to have splashed liquid on the victim near a luggage check-in kiosk at the departure hall on Monday morning.

One of the suspects (top, in long-sleeve white tee) is seen lining up for a taxi outside klia2 — Malay Mail pic © Provided by Malay Mail Online One of the suspects (top, in long-sleeve white tee) is seen lining up for a taxi outside klia2 — Malay Mail pic Police have yet to establish how her companion left the airport.

World media have proclaimed the dead man as Jong-nam but local police have so far only identified the North Korean male traveller as Kim Chol, 46, based on his passport.

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