According to CNA, a 56-year-old woman was found dead after she was stabbed in a car park at ITE College Central in Ang Mo Kio.
Photos of the woman lying on the floor and a man covered in a pool of blood are making rounds on social media.
In a statement, police said the woman was lying motionless when she was discovered and was pronounced dead by Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) paramedics.
Police investigations are ongoing.
Update: The victim is understood to be Low Hwee Geok, director of the college’s examinations division. She was allegedly stabbed by her ex-husband.
ITE College Central posted this on their Facebook page.
“We are saddened by a tragic incident that took place at a car park at ITE College Central on the evening of 19 Jul 2018. As the police is investigating, we are unable to comment further.
This is an isolated incident, and we would like to assure parents, students and the public that our campus is safe for students, staff and members of the public.”
– ITE Spokesperson
Damn busy i was at ITE college central just now pic.twitter.com/VxTNpgZSBt
— Amsyar Haziq (@officialAmsyar) July 19, 2018
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