Aljunied Crescent robbery: Police nab two more who stole $600k from moneychanger

Armed with weapons, they robbed a moneychanger at a carpark in Aljunied Crescent - and made off with $600,000.

Now police have arrested two more suspects, aged 27 and 28, in connection with the Nov 5 armed robbery.

The suspects were arrested in Malaysia, after help from the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP).

Theywere extradited to Singapore on Nov 12.

About US$30,000 (S$38,700) cash was also seized.

The cash seized was used as case exhibits. Photo: SPF


The two suspects will be charged in court tomorrow (Nov 14). 

Deputy Director of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Assistant Commissioner of Police Florence Chua said the close collaboration and working relationship between police on both sides of the Causeway helped make the arrest possible.

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