Boy, 14, sexually attacked in The Salvation Army's Gracehaven home by other residents

The incident at The Salvation Army's Gracehaven home is said to have happened on an evening in October 2018. PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM GOOGLE MAPS
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SINGAPORE - A group of young residents at The Salvation Army's Gracehaven home off Yio Chu Kang Road allegedly attacked a 14-year-old boy and one of them sexually penetrated him with different objects, The Straits Times has learnt.

The victim was also a resident of the home, which according to its website, is for children and young people who require care, protection and rehabilitation due to risk behaviours and a lack of parental supervision.

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