5 People Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Unlocked Cars Left in Workshops

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Have you ever left your car unlocked when you leave it in the workshop for servicing?

Many people do, and these five people have exploited this habit to easily steal cars.


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Unlocked Cars Stolen from Workshops

The police stated that they received multiple reports between 23 and 31 May, and that a total of six cars have been stolen. The cars were stolen from workshops at Kim Chuan Terrace, near Tai Seng and Kaki Bukit Road.

Police investigations found that the cars were left unlocked, with the keys left in vehicles while parked in the workshops.

With the help of security cameras and ground inquiries, the police identified six people allegedly involved in the thefts. Five of the six have been arrested between 1 to 3 June.

Five People Arrested

One of the arrested, a 29-year-old man, was also allegedly found to have identity cards of two other people.

Together with an 18-year-old woman and a 45-year-old man, the trio who allegedly worked together to steal the cars will be charged in court on 4 June.

If found guilty, they may face up to seven years in jail and a fine.

Another two people have also been arrested for alleged involvement in the theft.


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Don’t Leave Your Car Unlocked

The police will not tolerate such brazen acts of theft, and will do their best to catch these offenders.

They also advised the public to refrain from leaving their car keys in their vehicles, and to lock their cars whenever it is left unattended.

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