SINGAPORE – Three men of unknown nationalities, aged between 32 and 37, have been arrested for attempted murder. Police officers also seized items that were about to be used for the murder, including a meat mincer, a chainsaw, kitchen knives, and a gas cooker from an Aloha Changi Chalet.
In a statement released last night, police said the three suspects will appear in court this morning.
Police said that on 21 June, at about 9.30pm, a 28-year-old man reported to police that he had been assaulted by two unknown men at the multi-storey carpark at Block 747A Pasir Ris Street 71.
He told police that the two men, together with another unknown man, fled the scene when his cries for help attracted some passers-by.
Following swift action by the Singapore police force, first suspect – a 37-year-old man – was ambushed and arrested near Balestier Road on Monday at about 1pm.
A subsequent operation and arrested two men, both aged 32, at a chalet at Aloha Changi at about 9.50pm on Monday.
That was when they recovered a meat mincer, a chainsaw, kitchen knives, a gas cooker, a gas cylinder tank, a tool set, trolley bags, plastic sheets, cable ties, a cleaver, aprons, a chopping board and rubber boots
The police later found a white Mitsubishi multi-purpose vehicle that is linked to the cases after they were alerted to an abandoned vehicle at the basement carpark of Changi Airport Terminal 3.
The police are also looking for Myanmar national Aung Aung, 29, to assist in investigations. He is believed to have left Singapore on Tuesday morning.
Anyone with information on Aung Aung can contact the police at 1800-255-0000, or submit the information online at www.police.gov.sg/CrimeStopper. All information will be kept strictly confidential.