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Suspicious man loitering around the block and took photo of our unit several times before running away

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According to a post by June, she claimed that this man and his china gang has been loitering around her area for a few days or maybe longer.

This is what she said in her post:

Few days ago, i opened my door and was shocked to see a medium built china man suddenly infront of my gate. I panicked and couldn’t locked my gate. He don’t seems to want to walk away, so i have to confront him to buy myself some time to lock up the gate. Abit taken aback when questioned, told me his friend stay here but perhaps wrong unit.

Same day at 1.30am, someone rang my doorbell and as he was looking down all the time, I couldnt see his face thru the door hole. Asked hub to check him out. He stood there for quite awhile and he contl with the door bell. The hub managed to see his face and asked what he wants and he ran away.

To my surprised, he returned the next morning around the same time at 1.30am. My dear sister who stay opposite my block found out and inform us. This aroused my suspicion and, thus, make me filed a police report.

Yesterday (Sun morning at 10am), the hub heard footsteps at the door and he went to peep. What shocked him was he saw this man taking a picture of my unit no. He opened the door and confronted him. He kept avoiding the question and kept saying his friend stay here and probably it was a wrong unit. Same excuses given by the other man I saw days ago. The hub questioned him and asked him to show what he has taken. He accidentally show his we chat group on his phone with my unit pic in it and their conversations.
At this time, I took the risk to take a photo of him and he scurried away.

When his photo was exposed, my daughter and elder son recalled that they chanced upon him few times within the premises. Son said 2 days ago, he was in the same lift with him and he was holding a carton box.

Again I make a police report, this time with his photo as evidence and I hope the policeman wouldn’t disapoint us again.

I plead with all my friends here to be vigilant of things happening around us and look out for this criminal gang.

*My dear pal, please feel free to share.
You know who you are and many many thanks for your concern

H/T: June

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Traffic Police officer was thrown off his bike in a multiple-vehicle collision at PIE

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A Traffic Police (TP) officer was thrown off his bike in a multiple-vehicle collision at PIE on May 4 .

The 58 seconds video of the accident has been circulating online. At around 6 seconds into the video, you can see that there is a multiple-vehicle collision on rightmost lane of the expressway.

Traffic Police officer injured

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Posted by Thelocalsociety on Saturday, 12 May 2018

The TP officer did not manage to stop in time and was thrown off his motorcycle.

According to STOMP, the police confirmed that an accident involving a TP motorcycle and a car had occurred along the PIE towards Changi Airport on May 4.

The police officer was conscious when conveyed to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

Police investigations are ongoing.

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Man hides behind umbrella to avoid CCTV, to steal pets birds along HDB corridor.

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Heng Heng shared a 20 seconds video of a man who was caught on camera stealing pets birds along HDB corridor.

The post was shared 83 times and it happened on the May 3 according to the timestamp on the CCTV footage.

 

In the video, the man opens up the umbrella and walk towards the door. He then proceeds to cover himself and took the bird

Posted by J Heng Heng on Saturday, 5 May 2018

Netizens start commenting about his bird.

Photo Credit: Facebook

Wonderful advice right here.

Photo Credit: Facebook

 

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26-year-old jumped onto Grab car at St James Power Station, results in repair bill of almost $15,000

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A 72-year-old Grab driver drove to St James Power Station in the unearthly hours of 5th May 2018, and a 26-year-old man sprang a surprise jump onto the hood of the driver’s car.

The young man was allegedly celebrating his 26th birthday before the incident happened.

He was charged in court on 7th May 2018.

 

Hello!! Do u have nothing better to do than to bully a 72 years old grab driver? My dad has done nothing to provoke u. He jumped on his car and your friend even shouted “ we apologised already, what’s more u want?” Fearing for his safety, my dad drove off to prevent confrontation. Please share and make him famous. Dun think you can escape just like this. I will get you!

Posted by Belleiansa Xu on Friday, 4 May 2018

The video was posted by the driver’s son, Alan Koh, on what took place that fateful night, near Envy Dance Club.

According to Koh, a person claiming to be friends with the 26-year-old, Chee Chu Siong, contacted him to offer an apology on his behalf.

Koh added that Chee was also agreeable to paying compensation then.

On 6th May 2018, Koh shared that his father, himself and Chee were in negotiations of the damages’ cost but no actual conclusion was made.

This was because the car serving centre was closed at that time, and the Kohs were unable to obtain a quotation for repairs.

The Koh family expects Chee to bear the full costs of the repair as the family is not extremely wealthy.

Even if they had the financial ability, they would not pay the costs as they felt that it was not logical for them to pay for “the mistakes that someone else made”.

Koh also shared that a man offered to help them by spearheading a crowdfunding exercise, but the family declined the kind gesture.

After a service centre’s diagnosis, the total sum amounted to S$14,967.48.

The photo of the invoice was shared to Mothership.sg:

We hope that this case study serves as a warning to all who wants to commit a rash act. Be wise and think twice!

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