Man, 23, charged with armed robbery at Tampines minimart

11/1/2022 7:52:00 AM

Man, 23, charged with armed robbery at Tampines minimart

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Man, 23, charged with armed robbery at Tampines minimart

SINGAPORE — A 23-year-old man has been charged in a district court for allegedly attacking an elderly man with a pen knife at a convenience store in Tampines, and robbing him of over S$240 worth of possessions.

On Tuesday (Jan 11), Mohamad Azim was charged with one count of armed robbery with hurt.According to Azim’s charge sheet, he allegedly committed the robbery at the Blue Dot Minimart located along Tampines Street 71 on Sunday afternoon, and had slashed the left knuckle of a 78-year-old man, Mr Ang Teng Kok, with a penknife.

In all, Azim was alleged to have robbed Mr Ang of about S$243 worth of possessions, They were:A brown walletMr Ang’s identity cardMr Ang’s senior citizen’s travel concession card valued at about S$20An automated teller machine cardS$23 in cashA Huawei mobile phone valued at around S$200

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On Tuesday (Jan 11), Mohamad Azim was charged with one count of armed robbery with hurt. According to Azim’s charge sheet, he allegedly committed the robbery at the Blue Dot Minimart located along Tampines Street 71 on Sunday afternoon, and had slashed the left knuckle of a 78-year-old man, Mr Ang Teng Kok, with a penknife. Police identified the duo with the help of police cameras and ground inquiries. In all, Azim was alleged to have robbed Mr Ang of about S$243 worth of possessions, They were: A brown wallet Mr Ang’s identity card Mr Ang’s senior citizen’s travel concession card valued at about S$20 An automated teller machine card S$23 in cash A Huawei mobile phone valued at around S$200 On Monday night, the police said in a press release that Azim was arrested along with an unnamed 50-year-old man after they were alerted to the robbery on Sunday. Trump is identified as"Individual-1" in the complaint, which was filed in Brooklyn federal court. The police said officers from the Bedok Police division were able to apprehend the two men after establishing their identities through ground enquiries and with the aid of police cameras. If convicted, he faces between five and 20 years in jail and at least 12 strokes of the cane. Investigations against the 50-year-old man are still ongoing.

Azim’s case will be heard in court again on Feb 7.. His lawyer did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Anyone convicted of armed robbery with hurt can be jailed up to 20 years and given at least 12 strokes of the cane. Related topics .