Two businessmen, who remained anonymous, had recently announced they were offering a S$1mil reward for Mas Selamat’s capture.
3 Singaporeans have quit their jobs to hunt for Mas Selamat Kastari following the S$1mil (RM2.3mil) reward being offered for the escaped terrorist, Sin Chew Daily reported.
The trio, in their 20s, have given themselves a year to hunt down the terrorist, who escaped from the republic’s prison on Feb 27.
The trio, who had undergone commando training during their national service, are heading to Indonesia today.
The three men, who have been volunteers with Crime Library since 2005, contacted its founder, Mr Joseph Tan, on Tuesday to seek his opinion about their plans.
Mr Tan, 42, who is acting as their spokesman and their point of contact in Singapore, said: ‘They are not my children, but I feel like a father to them.