Trinity Court apartment, Gloucester Bayswater, London
"Based on intelligence, police believe Raja Petra is still hiding in London and I have asked the authorities there to trace him," he told Bernama.
He said Raja Petra was wanted back in the country to prove his innocence. However, Musa said he could not verify if Raja Petra was staying at the posh Trinity Court apartment in Gloucester, Bayswater, in London as reported by the media.
"If Raja Petra feels he is not in the wrong, he should come forward and clear his name. Why should he hide? He should return here," he said.
Raja Petra went missing after two warrants of arrest were issued for him for failing to attend a court hearing on April 23 and May 23 for publishing seditious words and defaming Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, wife of the prime minister, on his portal, www.malaysiatoday.net
On the possible extradition of Raja Petra, Musa said the application would take time.
"In fact, there is no need for (an extradition) order. He has to surrender," he said.