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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    Quote Originally Posted by LITTLEREDDOT View Post
    I hope the murderer will be caught only AFTER seven days. It will embarrass the police.
    It will be infuriating to say the least.

    Perhaps we have to seek the help of Bionic Boy for his capture !

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    Quote Originally Posted by kongkek View Post
    Mas Selamat 1 leg can run to Ulu Tiram leh bro
    shhh!! diam , diam, you make them very malu one!!..go play golf with WKS...with one leg!! shhh!! "Singapore's small size, tight border controls and advanced police forensics and detection technologies mean any fugitive would find it "near impossible to escape", they said"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LITTLEREDDOT View Post
    I hope the murderer will be caught only AFTER seven days. It will embarrass the police.
    By now they would have already know who is behind this..the house have CCTV, even outside the gate..see the CCTV...the neighbor saw..they have maid or maids in the house..the ang mo char bor saw...

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    Quote Originally Posted by joetys View Post
    any fugitive would find it "near impossible to escape", they said.
    haha, so there is still possible.
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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    From Today Online...

    SINGAPORE — Nothing seemed to be amiss when Mr Tan Boon Sin left his motor workshop at Kaki Bukit around 1pm on Wednesday afternoon, his employees recalled. The 67-year-old came to work at the usual time that day, and appeared to be his normal and cheerful self.
    The fishing enthusiast had just returned from a fishing trip in Kuching last week and had planned to return on Monday, according to a friend who shared a room with him on the most recent trip.

    On Wednesday afternoon, Mr Tan was found murdered in his home at Hillside Drive. The body of his eldest son, 42-year-old Tan Chee Heong, was found outside Kovan MRT Station along Upper Serangoon Road, after it had been dragged under a car — a silver Camry belonging to the elder Tan.
    The police yesterday classified the two deaths as murders after locating the silver Camry parked neatly at a carpark at Block 1084, Eunos Avenue 7A — a few streets away from where the elder Tan’s workshop used to be before it moved to Kaki Bukit some three years ago. Investigations are ongoing.

    Blood stains were spotted on the doors of the car, according to those who reported the discovery to the police at 8.50am yesterday. When they left their workplace at around 11pm on Wednesday, they did not see the car there.

    Shocked by the double murder, family members, friends and neighbours who knew the Tans struggled to come to terms with what had happened. Most, if not all, were left wondering why this would happen to the father and son, with many describing the elder Tan as “a very nice man”. Little was known about the son.
    The elder Tan, who had been in the car workshop business for over 40 years, was described by those in the industry as an amicable and easy-going man. “He was a happy-go-lucky man, he never quarrelled with anyone,” said his worker, who wanted to be known as Ah Xiong, before he turned teary.
    Neighbours said the elder Tan lived “quietly” with his wife and the couple had a close-knit family who visited often, especially their eldest son. The couple would also look after the children of Mr Tan Chee Heong, who is said to run a software company.

    A woman, who wished to be known as Mrs Pang and has been neighbours with the Tans for about 10 years, said the elder Tan would occasionally volunteer to send her daughters to school.


    Another neighbour, who wished to be known as Mr Kirk and who was at home at the time of the murders, said he did not hear anything that afternoon as he was watching television. He added that he had never heard any commotion in the 10 years he had been neighbours with them.


    One neighbour, however, said she saw Mr Tan Chee Heong, who was covered in blood, stumbling out of the terrace house before falling face down to the ground.
    She then saw a “fat, short” man dressed in an orange-and-white striped polo tee and bluish-grey jeans(Alamaking??) drive the Camry out. There were no blood stains on the man, who looked to be in his 50s or 60s, she said.

    Despite the pouring rain yesterday, the 1km trail of blood linking the two locations where the bodies were found was still visible along some stretches. A red Toyota Starlet GT Turbo, said to belong to Mr Tan Chee Heong, remained parked against the flow of traffic outside the terrace house.

    Family members returned to the Hillside home in the afternoon for about an hour before leaving, holding a few bags and declining to speak to the media.
    Mr Alan Tan, 36, a friend of the elder Tan, visited the house yesterday afternoon hoping to find out the details of the funeral. He told reporters that he and Mr Tan often went fishing in a group of about 10 people who were in their 30s and 40s.

    “He was a very kind and very humble man and he never behaved like he was older than us,” he said, adding that the elder Tan often advised them to stop smoking and told them he would offer S$100 to his employees who promised to quit smoking.


    They were also expecting to go on another fishing trip, which has since been cancelled.
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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    Quote Originally Posted by LITTLEREDDOT View Post
    I hope the murderer will be caught only AFTER seven days. It will embarrass the police.
    Don't worry, chance quite high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halsey02 View Post
    shhh!! diam , diam, you make them very malu one!!..go play golf with WKS...with one leg!! shhh!! "Singapore's small size, tight border controls and advanced police forensics and detection technologies mean any fugitive would find it "near impossible to escape", they said"
    Remembered those days gay loong went missing too for days and his father got to come forward to say something before gay loong got the balls to come out tsk tsk tsk ptui!

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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    Quote Originally Posted by LITTLEREDDOT View Post
    I hope the murderer will be caught only AFTER seven days. It will embarrass the police.
    What murderer?

    Where got murder?

    Those two suicided. No one was driving that car.
    The car drove itself.

    That is why no one got caught.

    Stinkapore poodles are not good at catching anything other than what smear of shit on sole of shoe tell them to catch.

    Forget those fucking poodles as they are nothing but LKY hatchet men
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    Stinkaporeans like to go head down down and arseholes up high high to be tiewed and kanned shiok shiok by PAPs and cronies
    Stinkaporeans love status quo of being 4th class citizens in country stolen from them

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    Kovan double murder: Fighting could be heard from home



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    SINGAPORE - Arguing could be heard from the Kovan double murder victims' home at around 3pm just before the murder took place yesterday, according to a female neighbour.

    The neighbour told Lianhe Wanbao that she could hear people quarrelling when she went past the house at 14J Hillside Drive yesterday afternoon. She said it did not bother her at that time as she assumed it to be a typical family argument. She only found out that a murder had taken place when she returned at 5pm to see cops outside the victims' home.

    A maid also told reporters that she could hear the banging of tables from the house. Another maid who was working at the street opposite said she saw people fighting.

    Wanbao believes that a fight had broken out in the victims' place, as signs of a dispute could be seen. The interior of the house was in a mess and bloodstains could be seen at the doorstep.

    The case could have been a robbery-cum-murder by a known acquaintance, said a female relative of the victims who spoke to Lianhe Wanbao last night at around 11pm.

    The two victims, a father and son, were found dead yesterday afternoon. The body of the 42-year-old son was found 1.2 km away their home near Kovan MRT station at around 4pm, while the father, who was identified as Mr Tan Boon Sin, 67, was found dead in his home about an hour later.

    Police have classified the case as a murder, but are unable to point out any motive as yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Microsoft View Post
    The police yesterday classified the two deaths as murders after locating the silver Camry parked neatly at a carpark at Block 1084, Eunos Avenue 7A — a few streets away from where the elder Tan’s workshop used to be before it moved to Kaki Bukit some three years ago.
    This is a clue.
    The car is parked somewhere to either draw attention to the location (unlikely) or because it is convenient for the suspect (likely).
    You wouldn't expect the suspect to park the car somewhere inconvenient to him and then take the mrt/bus or hail a cab.

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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    Quote Originally Posted by jw5 View Post
    This is a clue.
    The car is parked somewhere to either draw attention to the location (unlikely) or because it is convenient for the suspect (likely).
    You wouldn't expect the suspect to park the car somewhere inconvenient to him and then take the mrt/bus or hail a cab.
    "My Dear Watson" kind of suspected that they car would be driven to where the deceased car workshop is...for that route is familiar to whomever driving the car, high probability a blood relation, in the state of confusion a person will normally follow the familar path to escape..unless this is a cold blooded murderer catching that murderer may take time & dangerous too.

    Most likely large sums of money are involved to spur a person beyond a certain sane threshold & kill, or is written out or cheated out of an inheritance...dear Watson...

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    Quote Originally Posted by halsey02 View Post
    Most likely large sums of money are involved to spur a person beyond a certain sane threshold & kill, or is written out or cheated out of an inheritance...dear Watson...
    The car was found near to where the victim's old workshop was in Eunos, not the current workshop at Kaki Bukit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jw5 View Post
    The car was found near to where the victim's old workshop was in Eunos, not the current workshop at Kaki Bukit.
    Same ...familiar route...to the person....old workshop may still own, may have a "tua pek gong" running the old one...you must know all these businessman...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jw5 View Post
    This is a clue.
    The car is parked somewhere to either draw attention to the location (unlikely) or because it is convenient for the suspect (likely).
    You wouldn't expect the suspect to park the car somewhere inconvenient to him and then take the mrt/bus or hail a cab.
    If de murder is pre planned...he probably park his own car there and drive out of sinkieland leow...
    Sinkie are begging for extinction...lets giv em a helping hand...

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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    But the "toilet break man" escaped leh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by songsongjurong View Post
    they think sinkie short memory is it ?
    These are the clandestine ones....
    Bankrupt uses father's passport also can stroll past customs liao ....
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    Singapore is a safe place where you can walk on the streets and not get robbed, raped or murdered.


    Don't forget, Singapore is also the best place to be a mother.





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    Quote Originally Posted by songsongjurong View Post
    they think sinkie short memory is it ?
    No need to think so far back. Suntec ang mo FT bankers who beat someone up and jumped bail.

    http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2...09-332419.html

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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    Seems to be a very straightforward case. How come the culprit is still not caught yet?
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    Default Re: Kovan double murder: Suspects can't hide for long, say experts

    That "short fat man" likely to be one of the very close business partner of Mr Tan's family members.
    He seems to be able to enter Mr Tan's house easily, confronted with him and his son and decided to get rid of them out of anger.
    He then tried to fled with Mr Tan's car but his son even though seriously hurt tried very hard to stop him from running away.
    His son could have stuck to the door or bumper while trying to grab hold of that "short fat man" and got knock out by him which ended up being dragged along.
    Last edited by Dark Knight; 12-07-2013 at 07:40 AM.

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