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BUKIT BATOK LOANSHARK “FIND AH BOY SETTLE”

A 19-year-old man, Donald Leow, has been arrested and charged for suspected loan shark harassment after allegedly vandalizing a wall at a block in Bukit Batok Avenue 6. The incident occurred on the fourth floor of the block, where Leow allegedly used an indelible red marker to scribble a threatening message on the wall of the lift lobby.

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The message read, “O$P$ This Time warning Next Time Burn! Find Ah Boy Settle!! Whatsapp Ahboy”. A can of red paint was also found on the staircase landing.

Thanks to swift police action, Leow was arrested within three hours of the incident being reported. Officers from Jurong Police Division used ground enquiries and police cameras to establish his identity.

Preliminary investigations suggest that Leow may be involved in other similar cases of loan shark harassment across the island.

If convicted, Leow faces a fine of at least S$5,000 and up to S$50,000, as well as mandatory imprisonment of up to five years and caning of up to six strokes. This serves as a stern warning to those involved in loan shark activities, which can cause harm and distress to individuals and communities.

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