Police reports had been made against the Consumer Association of Sabah and Labuan (Cash) president, Datuk Patrick Sindu, claiming he had misused funds.
Cash deputy president Nordin Thani and secretary-general Hashima Hasbullah Yahya lodged reports at the Karamunsing police station in Kota Kinabalu at about 1.15pm, after failing to get answers from Sindu on the alleged unauthorised withdrawals from the association's two savings accounts.
They, however, declined to reveal the amount that had been allegedly withdrawn, saying public disclosure may interfere with investigations.
Nordin said Sindu claimed Cash has not been receiving funds and that the association does not have any money.
"I came to know that the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry in Putrajaya has channeled funds to Cash,” Nordin said when met at the police station.
Hashima said that as the secretary-general, she never even knew about the funding.
Sindu when contacted declined to comment.