Terra’s founder Do Kwon, who was reportedly hiding in Singapore, has left the country for an unknown location via Dubai. South Korean prosecutors have reportedly revealed that Do Kwon left Singapore last month and landed in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The investigation team is currently tracking him in Dubai and neighboring countries.
South Korean prosecutors track Do Kwon in Dubai
Singapore police had already confirmed that Do Kwon had left the country before South Korea issued arrest warrants for him and five other Terra executives. South Korean prosecutors then asked Interpol to issue a “red notice“against Terra’s founder, Do Kwon. Today, Terra’s founder is reportedly a fugitive from justice in 195 countries.
South Korean prosecutors and Interpol have reportedly traced Do Kwon to Dubai, according to Chosun Biz on October 20. Prosecutors believe Do Kwon left Singapore a month ago and landed in Dubai. While investigators are looking to enter UAE airports, the team has yet to find any evidence. Meanwhile, authorities and police have asked other countries near Dubai to follow his trail.
The Seoul Southern District Prosecutors’ Office and Interpol are currently following his trail. However, authorities have not yet been able to locate him.
In a recent podcast UnchainedDo Kwon revealed that he had no intention of returning to South Korea, as his passport had been invalidated.