Tag Archives: Vandalism

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH VANDALISING LTA ELECTRICAL BOX

Two men were charged on Friday with vandalising an electrical box belonging to the Land Transport Authority last month. Muhammad Shukri Noordin and Muhammad Ismail Hamid, both 26, are accused of using a black marker to draw a caricature of a person with the word "Maun'' on the electrical box along Hindoo Road at about 3am on Feb 18.

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TERRORISM: S’PORE IS REALLY TOO COMPLACENT

Across CNA, Today, ST and now Yahoo most of the comments were about severely punishing the two German vandals. I am just glad they weren't Americans as that would be very troublesome. Enough people over there didn't learn from the right lessons of Michael Fay's example. I have come across only one comment questioning how these two fellows got in to spray paint a train. There could be more similar comments but I have not time or stamina to go through all of them.

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2 GERMANS CHARGED WITH SMRT TRAIN VANDALISM

Two German men were charged this morning (Nov 22) with trespassing and vandalism at SMRT Bishan Depot earlier this month. Andreas Von Knorre and Elton Hinz, both 21, appeared before the State Courts and had their charges read in German through an interpreter. The Court heard that both men had on Nov 8, at about 2.48am, entered the Bishan SMRT Depot at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 without authorisation and vandalised the left exterior cabin of an SMRT train using indelible spray paint.

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SMRT: MRT VANDALISM MOST LIKELY AN INSIDE JOB

SMRT has yet to arrive at a firm conclusion on its latest vandalism case, but an early assessment suggests that disgruntled workers or vendors could be behind it. It also appears that the vandals had more time to do their mischief at Bishan Depot than in May, when another train was targeted. A photo of the vandalised train obtained by The Straits Times showed graffiti that was more elaborate this time around, although the graffiti in May's case also stretched across two sets of train doors.

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MAN ARRESTED FOR DAMAGING POLICE NOTICE BOARD IN HOUGANG

A 50-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly damaging a police message board in Hougang. At about 6.50pm on Oct 26, a member of the public reported that an acylic message board used to display crime prevention advisories was damaged at the lift lobby of a block located near Hougang Avenue 3.

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71-year-old elderly man arrested for bus stop vandalism

The police have issued a statement today (28 May) saying that they have arrested an as yet unnamed 71-year-old man for suspected involvement in a series of bus stop vandalism cases that occurred along Clemenceau Ave, River Valley Road, Hill Street and Victoria Street. Police said they first received a report of graffiti on the advertisement board of a bus-stop along Hill Street, at about 8am on 23 May.

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The 5 Toa Payoh Vandals are not Heroes

Following the vulgarity and anti-establishment graffiti atop of Blk 85A Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, 5 17 year old teenagers were arrested and charged in court for vandalism last Friday. They were remanded for a week for further investigations and are believed to involved in another case.

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