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Kovan double murder
The police officer charged with the double murder at Kovan was remanded for another week for investigations.
AS THE coffins carrying his father and brother were pushed into the cremation chambers yesterday, Mr Tan Chee Wee made them a solemn promise.
Mandai Crematorium's Hall 1 was packed with over 100 family members and friends wanting to say their final goodbyes to the two Kovan murder victims, Mr Tan Boon Sin, 66, and Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42.
A group of about 50 family members and friends followed behind the two hearses carrying the bodies of the Kovan murder victims - Mr Tan Boon Sin, 66, and Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42, on Tuesday.
The funeral of the two victims of the Kovan murders will be held on Tuesday afternoon. Two hearses will go round the workplaces of both Mr Tan Boon Sin, 66 and his son Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42 before heading to the Mandai Crematorium.
WHEN he was told his father and grandfather had died last week, the three-year-old son of Mr Tan Chee Heong posed a heartrending question.
Kovan double murder suspect Iskandar Rahmat has been interdicted following his arrest for the brutal killing of car workshop owner Tan Boon Sin, 66, and his son, Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42, last Wednesday.
Visitors continued to stream in at the wake of the two victims of last week's Kovan murders.
Iskandar Rahmat, a senior staff sergeant with the Singapore Police Force, was on Monday charged with the double murder of car workshop owner Tan Boon Sin, 67, and his son, Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42.
Iskandar Rahmat, a senior staff sergeant with the Singapore Police Force, has arrived in court on Monday morning to face charges of killing car workshop owner Tan Boon Sin, 67, and his son, Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42.
Kovan double murder suspect Iskandar Rahmat, a senior staff sergeant with the Singapore Police Force, is set to appear in court face charges of killing car workshop ownerTan Boon Sin, 67, and his son, Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42.
KOVAN double murder suspect Iskandar Rahmat was believed to have been in touch with one of his two victims - the late Mr Tan Boon Sin - on a regular basis since late last year.
Commissioner of Police Ng Joo Hee on Sunday night attended the funeral wake of the Kovan double murder victims, which began earlier in the evening.

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