KUALA LUMPUR: Three laptops and a desktop computer, stripped of their hard disk drives, have been thrown outside the North Korean Embassy here.
The computers, which looked damaged, were seen outside the embassy premises with other thrash Sunday morning.
Also discarded were flowers, flower stands, a speaker and other common household rubbish.
It is believed that the computers were thrown away in the wee hours of Sunday.
These suspects are embassy second secretary Hyon Kwang-song, 44, and Air Koryo employee Kim Uk-il, 37.
A warrant of arrest has been issued for Uk-il and a letter requesting Hyon’s cooperation was sent through Wisma Putra and delivered to the embassy.
There is also a third suspect – Ri Ji-u, 30, known as James – but little is known about him.
Jong-nam was killed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 on Feb 13 with what police have confirmed as the VX nerve agent.
Two women – Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong and Indonesian Siti Aisyah – were charged with the murder on March 1, under Section 302 of the Penal Code that carries the mandatory death penalty upon conviction.
Four other North Korean suspects, believed to have been the masterminds behind the murder, have left the country.
North Korea has criticised Malaysia’s handling of the case and on Tuesday announced its decision to temporarily ban Malaysians in North Korea from leaving the country.
A few hours after Pyongyang’s announcement, Prime Minster Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that all North Koreans in Malaysia would not be allowed to leave either.