sewrMoney appears to have been taken without proper authorization from the bank accounts of some passengers who were on Malaysia Airlines flight 370, which disappeared on March 8 along with the more than 200 people on board and has not been found since. About 111,000 Malaysian ringgit, or the equivalent of more than $35,000 U.S. dollars, was taken from bank accounts a few missing passengers, according to the South China Morning Post. “Do they realize some of those missing passengers are the sole breadwinners of their families and that they need that money?” Lokman Mustafa, the sister of a passenger on MH370, told the newspaper. “I am angry to hear this news.”About 111,000 Malaysian ringgit, or the equivalent of more than $35,000 U.S. dollars, was taken from bank accounts a few missing passengers, according to the South China Morning Post.  The South China Morning Post reported that Malaysian police said the money held at the same bank, which is not being named publicly, was taken in July. “The money was taken via ATM and Internet bank transfer to a third party. We are investigating this case,” Kuala Lumpur Commercial Crime Investigation Department Chief Assistant Commissioner Izany Abdul Ghany told the newspaper, adding that they will review CCTV footage to try and get to the bottom of the withdrawals. ”Whoever did this is taking advantage of the situation and adding to the suffering of the victims’ families.” More