Umno man Khairuddin Abu Hassan has filed a report with the Singapore police headquarters on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's personal accounts.
The report, he said, also concerned 1MDB president Arul Kanda's "lies" regarding 1MDB subsidiary Brazen Sky Limited’s bank account in BSI Singapore.
In a Facebook post, he said the police report was filed with the Commercial Affairs Department at 10.30am.
Previously, the former Batu Kawan Umno division chief handed 'evidence' to the Swiss attorney-general regarding 1MDB.
Last week, Khairuddin also lodged police reports in the France and UK, where 1MDB's former joint-venture partner PetroSaudi International is based.
Khairuddin said the police report in Singapore is relevant as the RM2.6 billion money deposited into Najib's personal bank accounts originated from Singapore.
"Seeing that the case of Najib's personal accounts is linked to the Singapore branch Falcon Private Bank or Swiss Private Banking, therefore there is basis for the police report to be made in Singapore for its Legal Enforcement Authority to investigate professionally and transparency under money laundering laws," he said.
He said the Singapore police's Commercial Affairs Department have assured that it will look into the materials he had furnished them.
Khairuddin had been on a blitz to rope in international investigators, citing disappointment in local investigation which had been hampered by Putrajaya.