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Couple suspected of a series of cash card thefts from vehicles arrested

Published on Apr 12, 2014 12:37 PM
 
A total of $190 cash and a motorised bicycle (left) were seized from a couple after they were arrested. They are suspected of being involved in more than 20 thefts from vehicles, which involved smashed front windscreens and stolen cashcards. -- PHOTO: SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE

The police arrested on Friday night a couple suspected of being involved in more than 20 thefts from vehicles.

The thefts, which involved smashed front windscreens and stolen cashcards, took place between April 9 and 11 at Jalan Sultan, Jalan Bukit Merah, Telok Blangah, Kim Tian Place and Rochor housing estates.

Stolen cashcards had values ranging from $9 to about $100, police said in a statement on Saturday morning.

They were nabbed at about 9pm on Friday in the vicinity of Spooner Road, and a total of $190 cash and a motorised bicycle were seized from them.

 
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