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Car workshop boss faces 53 more charges, making a total of 81

Published on Aug 13, 2014 5:37 PM
 
Fifty-three more charges were piled on car workshop owner Sollihin Anhar on Wednesday over an alleged road accident scam, bringing the total number he faces to 81. -- PHOTO: ST FILE 

SINGAPORE - Fifty-three more charges were piled on a car workshop owner on Wednesday over an alleged road accident scam, bringing the total number he faces to 81.

Sollihin Anhar, 41, allegedly schemed with others to cheat insurance companies into processing claims for staged accidents between 2011 and last year allegedly defrauding insurance companies such as Liberty, SHC, Tokio Marine, China Taiping, AXA and NTUC.

He is listed as a co-director of Partners Automotive, a car repair company that was registered in July 2012, according to Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority records.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Hon Yi said the total amount involved in all the charges is about $729,000. The total amount disbursed by insurance companies is about $79,000.

 
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