Vandalism

MAN'S NEW CAR GET SCRATCHED BY VANDAL, GIVES LAST CHANCE FOR HIM TO OWN UP B4 POLICE CALLED

I found a long deep scratch on my new Honda Odyssey's fuel door as well as 2 equally deep but smaller scratches on the left rear passenger side door when I went to drive my car this morning of 3 May 2017. As you can see from the pictures, it was obviously a deliberate act. The car was parked at level 3B of the multi-storey car park at Blk 450B Tampines Street 42 when it was scratched. Luckily, I managed to enlist the help of one of the motorists whose car was parked opposite mine to pass me the video footage of the culprit in action. I am willing to give the culprit a chance to contact me to make amends through compensation. You know who you are. If I do not hear from you soon, I will proceed to take the necessary action against you.

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BUGIS VANDAL CAUGHT BY THE POLICE

The police have confirmed that a 43 year old man has been arrested in connection with the recent spate of vandalism in several areas in Bugis. The police have reportedy received several reports of vandalism on the facades of the National Design Centre, Fu Lu Shou Complex, The Prospex, OG Albert and Bugis+ Shopping Centre on Monday.

The suspect was finally arrested at Hougang Avenue 8 on Thursday, after referring to closed-circuit television images. Police also confirmed that they seized a marker pen, a bicycle and some clothing. The vandalism came to light on Monday, when some Chinese words were scrawled on walls and pillars in several areas at Bugis. The messages appear to include a gang number and the name of a person, followed by the Chinese words: "Come out if you dare."

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LOANSHARKS NOW TARGETING PRIMARY SCHOOLS TO SPRAY O$P$

Loansharks are now targeting primary schools to leave their vandalism mark, just to get back at the people who are presumed to owe them money. Their modus operandi now changed, from targeting block of flats where debtors live, to schools where their children go to.

The latest incident occurred at White Sands Primary School, where splashes of red paint streaked the wall beside the school's main gate in Pasir Ris Street 11, while "O$P$" was daubed in black paint. Police say this incident is related to loansharking activities. This is not the first time a school had been targeted. Last month, a man was convicted of splashing paint at a Tanjong Pagar pre-school attended by a debtor's children.

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ART STUDENT TO REMOVE GOLD PLATED STAIRCASE ART PIECE. RIP, CREATIVITY

The art student who wrapped part of a staircase at her HDB block at Jalan Rajah has told reporters that she will remove the art work, despite getting praises from netizens. HDB and the Town Council had indicated that the art work is not lawful.

The student, Priyageetha Dia, insisted that she did it as an art piece, and not as an act of vandalism. The Town Council having said that the installation was unlawful, had nevertheless delayed washing of the particular staircase during the usual block washing, stating that they did not want to destroy the art piece, giving time for the student to remove it.

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