Dad still haunted by daughter's murder at the hands of ex-boyfriend

It is hard to imagine the brutality, says father of victim, who was stabbed by an ex-boyfriend

The Tampines flat of Ms Tan Bee Leng that she had been ready to move into before her death in May last year.
The Tampines flat of Ms Tan Bee Leng that she had been ready to move into before her death in May last year. PHOTOS: MARK CHEONG, SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS
The Tampines flat of Ms Tan Bee Leng (above) that she had been ready to move into before her death in May last year. Her parents continue to visit the apartment regularly to clean it.
The Tampines flat of Ms Tan Bee Leng that she had been ready to move into before her death in May last year. Her parents continue to visit the apartment regularly to clean it.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

For the last nine months, retiree Chen Wei Sheng and his wife have been visiting their daughter's three-room flat in Tampines to tidy it up.

Without saying much, the couple dutifully mop the tiled and parquet flooring and collect the mail.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 04, 2018, with the headline 'Still haunted by daughter's murder'. Subscribe