MOM, DAD AND DAUGHTER CHARGED WITH STEALING $230 WORTH OF CNY DELICACIES

A family of three have been charged in court for stealing $230 worth of Chinese New Year delicacies such as abalone and birds’ nest.

Chan Wee Kuan, 53, Tay Meng Koon, 52 and their daughter Chan Yu Huan, 23, had allegedly stolen the delicacies from Giant at Jurong East’s IMM Shopping Centre.

The offences occurred around 10pm on January 7th.

The three were unrepresented in court yesterday when their charges were read to them. Bail has been set at $5000 each with their case to be heard again on the 13th of February.

The maximum penalty for theft is a jail term not exceeding 7 years and a fine of up to $10,000.

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