A Facebook user had set a bounty to find 3 rings that were stolen from him while he was staying in a hotel along Hamilton Road.
According to the user, the theft happened between 22 June to 28 Jul 2020 when he was in Singapore. The first ring that was stolen is made ok 24K gold with an imprint of “光明” emblem on the surface. The ring is a 100 years old ring that has been pass down within his family for generations.
The 2 other rings are a 24k (Coming-of-Age) gold ring and a 1ct gemstone silver engagement ring.
The user then offers a bounty of $10,000 to whoever finds his rings and $20,000 if the culprit is arrested.
In his post:
“Attention to all Pawn Shops in Singapore & Malaysia.
3 rings had been stolen from my jewellery box in an undisclosed hotel along Hamilton Road in Singapore between 22nd June to 28th July 2020. The listed ring holds significant meaning only to my clan & worth nothing else but its weight in gold. I’m the 3rd-generation bearer of this ring handed down from my late father when I was 18.
Identification: Ring material: 24k gold with an imprint of “光明” emblem on the surface. Another 2 stolen rings were: 24k (Coming-of-Age) gold ring and a 1ct gemstone silver engagement ring.
If you have any information pertaining to this matter, please kindly message me directly on Facebook, thank you very much.*Pending police investigation.”