Tag Archives: Steal

MAN STOLE FROM THE SAME SHOP TWICE IN THREE DAYS, FINALLY ARRESTED

The man first broke into the Mobile 8 store at Greenridge Shopping Centre on May 19, and thought that he was so successful that he made another trip there on May 21 and stole again. Each time, he cut a hole in the glass and made away with several phones. he had stolen 10 phones the first time, and 6 the second time. The man has not been named, but he must be so confident of himself that he returned to the scene of his first crime just three days after escaping with his loot. He must have thought he had escaped the second heist too, but police arrested him on June 13 before he could return and steal for the third time.

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IPAD THIEF SLASHES ACCOMPLICE’S ARM WITH KNIFE IN DRAMATIC SCUFFLE

A few hours after the theft, the fearless duo, along with a female partner, decided to return to the same area to sell the stolen iPad. A sharp shop-owner recognised that it was the stolen iPad and he informed Mr Lee. Mr Lee and his staff went over immediately. When confronted, the duo vehemently denied having stolen the iPad. When Mr Lee tried to call the police, one of the man brandished a 25 cm long knife. Some staff grabbed the man while others tried to wrestle the knife away from him. During the scuffle, one of the thieves got slashed by the knife.

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POLICE REFUSE TO INVESTIGATE THEFT, SAY MY TABLET IS AS GOOD AS GONE, CANNOT BE RECOVERED

On 13/02/2016 evening, I reported to the Police the theft of my brand new SamsungTablet 3V valued at S$ 200/-whilst I was inside a NTUC Fairprice 4D outlet at JurongEast. The theft took place inside the outlet and exactly where the CCTV Camera is facing. From the onset the officer who was recording my statement commented that my property is good as gone and never to be recovered. I asked the officer to allow me to view the CCTV so that I can point out the suspect and the Police can take a screenshot and let other police divisions know and look out for him. My request was either not heard or ignored.

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