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Vietnam Tourist Jailed, Stealing Spree In Singapore

Untitled-92Four Vietnamese voyagers have been imprisoned 28 months each to steal over S$17,000 worth of garments from H&M and Zara in under 48 hours. A fifth man, the brains, was imprisoned 31 months.


The quintet touched base in Singapore by means of Malaysia on Jan 27 this year, and went on their taking spree at the ION Orchard shopping center the following day.

Driving force Dinh Ngoc Luan, 27, had expected to offer the stolen attire in Vietnam, and gave whatever is left of the pack, matured somewhere around 25 and 28, directions on which things they should take.

In the shopping center, Hoang Ding Cong would remain in a pre-masterminded spot with a bit of gear, while Nguyen Quoc Hung, Nguyen Thi Luong and Dang Bich Thao would enter a store together with Dinh, furnished with chestnut paper packs to contain the stolen attire.

The paper packs were later found to have been lined with different materials, which is accepted to be the motivation behind why security alert frameworks neglected to distinguish the unpaid things.


After every pull, the hoodlums would exchange the stolen attire from the paper packs into the holding up baggage, before focusing on another store.

Three of them were caught in the act by cops watching the shopping center, and were in this way captured. The staying two fled, yet were gotten while endeavoring to leave Singapore by means of the Woodlands Checkpoint.

Delegate Public Prosecutor Sivabalan Thanabal said the gathering, having come to Singapore “particularly with the purpose to submit shoplifting”, had obviously mishandled the friendliness of the nation. He encouraged the court to force correctional facility terms adequate to “hinder similar gatherings from focusing on Singapore”.

The DPP additionally said the taking spree was very much arranged, taking note of that the gathering figured out how to take things of apparel worth S$17,380 in under 48 hours in the wake of touching base in Singapore.

For burglary, the five could have been imprisoned up to seven years and fined.

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