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PART 2 OF DRAMATIC MARSILING LANCER ARREST

A dramatic incident occurred in Marsiling, Singapore, on May 28, 2024, when a driver of a Mitsubishi Lancer attempted to flee from the police by ramming his way out of traffic. However, a quick-thinking man in a grey top intervened and helped to stop the driver from escaping.

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The incident was captured on video by a dashboard camera and posted online. The video shows the Mitsubishi Lancer stopping at a red light, along with other vehicles. The man in grey can be seen running on the road, approaching vehicles around the Mitsubishi and gesturing for them to stay in their positions.

The drivers of two trucks appeared to heed the man’s instructions, as they remained stationary even after the traffic lights turned green and other vehicles moved off. The Mitsubishi driver then reversed and attempted to drive through the gap between the two trucks, but the car got stopped by the man in grey.

After some manoeuvring, the Mitsubishi attempted to ram its way through the gap again, but the car failed to push past the trucks. Police officers then arrived, and they started trying to break the driver’s window. The Mitsubishi then reversed swiftly and tried to ram its way out of traffic once more, hitting a vehicle in the right-most lane before coming to a stop.

Police officers then managed to break the driver’s window and the man in grey lunged forward to grab the driver. Another video showed the driver being hauled out of his vehicle and pinned to the ground.

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The man in grey, who worked at a local car dealership, had been tracking the Mitsubishi for weeks, as it was apparently a “clone” of a car he had sold to a female customer, with both cars bearing the same licence plate number. The customer had been receiving police summons for multiple speeding incidents and driving off from petrol stations without paying, even though the incidents took place while she was overseas and not driving her car.

The man in grey had coincidentally seen the car again on May 28, while on his way home, and decided to follow it, tailing it to various locations in Singapore before the driver was eventually caught. When asked if he feared for his safety at any point during the chase, the man simply said: “I just wanted him to stop as the police was just behind. Didn’t expect things to get so messy.”

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