“We are investigating all the reports made.
“So far, we have recorded the statements of three persons of interest in the case,” he said when contacted on Friday.
“We are investigating the matter under Section 8 of the Official Secrets Act 1972.
“Rest assured that we will get the culprits behind this irresponsible act,” he said.
Under Section 8 of the OSA, anyone found guilty of leaking the documents can be jailed for not less than one year and not more than seven years.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission issued a statement saying that it was ready to assist if there was any element of corruption or bribery in the incident.
The Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission said it was aware of the matter. The police report was lodged by a senior Malaysian Examinations Board official.