Impersonation

$100,000 STOLEN CASH DEPOSITED BY TAIWAN WOMAN IMPERSONATING POLICE

The woman then found that a sum of $100,000 was deposited into her bank account from an unknown source. She was then told to take out the sum of money and hand it over to the suspect. The woman informed the police, and officers from the Bedok Police Division managed to identify the suspect.

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SPF: ADVISORY ON IMPERSONATION OF TRAFFIC POLICE (TP) OFFICER

The Police are aware of reports lodged by members of the public who have received phone calls purportedly from a Traffic Police officer. In these cases, the call recipients were informed that a relative of their neighbour had been involved in a road traffic accident. The call recipients were then asked to inform their neighbour to contact the Traffic Police.

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SCDF: ALERT ON UNAUTHORISED BIZ ACTIVITIES & IMPERSONATION OF SCDF OFFICER

The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) has received public feedback about companies claiming to be endorsed by the SCDF to sell fire extinguishers and/ or conduct fire safety talks to the public. Furthermore, aggressive, ‘hard-sell’ techniques were adopted to get the public to purchase their products, fire insurance or signing up for their fire safety talks and training seminars.

We would like to inform members of the public that the SCDF is not involved in any sales of fire extinguishers or insurance policy. The SCDF has also not authorised any company to conduct such activities on its behalf. The SCDF would like to remind members of public to exercise caution when dealing with such person or company.

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CNB RELEASED ADVISORY AFTER ASS WEBSITE EXPOSED SCAMMER POSING AS CNB OFFICER

It has come to the attention of the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) that some person/s had been impersonating a CNB officer and had messaged others via WhatsApp messages, informing them that they ‘have cases with CNB’ and attempting to request for money. CNB would like to advise the public that CNB officers are not allowed to request for any favours in money or in kind, nor to threaten any person to provide monetary favours in order to ‘facilitate a case’.

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LIGHTART STUDIO SAYS IT DID NOT SEND RACIST SMS TO MUSLIM JOB SEEKER, LODGES POLICE REPORT

In an interview with reporters, the now-infamous LightArt Studio, which was accused of discriminating against a female Muslim job seeker, has denied sending out the racist messages and even denies trying to hire anyone at all! Bosco Cheng, the boss of LightArt Studio, told reporters from Five Stars and a Moon that he had questioned his staff about the messages, but was told that none of them had sent the messages.

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FAKE PLAINCLOTHES POLICEMAN WHO STOLE FROM WOMEN IN GEYLANG ARRESTED

Police have arrested a 36-year-old man who impersonated a police officer and stole cash, jewellery and handphones amounting to more than $2,500. The suspect would usually target females at isolated locations. He would approach his victims and identify himself as a police officer, flashing a card with his photograph and a police logo before checking on their belongings and stealing their valuables.

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SCCCI LODGES POLICE REPORT AGAINST PRC TOUR GUIDE YANG YIN FOR IMPERSONATING AS A SCCCI DIRECTOR

THE main body representing Chinese businesses here has lodged a police report against the man fighting for the $40 million assets of a widow, claiming that there is no member by his name in the group. The Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCCI) said it made a police report against Chinese tour guide Yang Yin for misrepresenting himself as the association's director. "It has come to the SCCCI's attention that an individual identifying himself as Yang Yin has been representing himself as a "Director of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce", including but not limited to handing out name cards containing the aforesaid position," said SCCCI in a statement.

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