Suspect in Sentosa break-in arrested
A suspect has been arrested for a break-in and theft at a Sentosa home, police said in a statement yesterday. The 38-year-old is believed to be involved in other similar cases.
Police said they received a report on Saturday at about 5.20pm. Cash was found missing from the premises.
Police arrested the suspect yesterday at about 2am along Kampong Java Road. If convicted, he can be jailed up to 10 years.
SingPost launches board game stamp set
A traditional board game stamp set will be launched tomorrow, Singapore Post (SingPost) said yesterday.
The set will comprise five stamps, each featuring a free-hand drawing of a traditional board game that was popular in Singapore during the 1970s and 1980s.
The games are Aeroplane Chess, Checkers, Chinese Chess, the Diamond Game and Snakes and Ladders.
The stamps are in five denominations: 1st local, 2nd local, 50 cents, 70 cents and $1.30. There is also a pre-cancelled first day cover at $4.10, that comes affixed with the complete set of stamps.
This new stamp issue will go on sale at all post offices and the Singapore Philatelic Museum. It can also be purchased online at www.stampdelight.com.
Two domesticated rabbits found dead
Two domesticated rabbits were found dead in Sembawang on Sunday.
Private rabbit rescue group Bunny Wonderland said the animals were discovered under some bushes at the junction of Admiralty Road East and Sembawang Wharves. One rabbit had bite wounds and blood oozing out of its mouth, the cause of which is unclear.
Bunny Wonderland said they may have been abandoned by home breeders, adding that domesticated rabbits will not survive in the wild. It saw five cases of abandonment last year. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said it has seen cases of rabbits left at void decks, citing it as a common problem.
An Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore spokesman confirmed it is looking into the matter.