Man arrested for alleged murder after 11-year-old sons found dead at Upper Bukit Timah

22/1/2022 6:37:00 PM

Father of 11-year-old brothers found dead at Upper Bukit Timah arrested for alleged murder

Father of 11-year-old brothers found dead at Upper Bukit Timah arrested for alleged murder

The siblings were found lying motionless near a playground at Greenridge Crescent on Friday evening where they were pronounced dead at the scene by a paramedic.

, the police said in a news release late on Saturday (Jan 22).The police received a call for assistance by the man at a playground along Greenridge Crescent at 6.25pm on Friday.“When police officers arrived at the scene, the man's two 11-year-old sons were found lying motionless in the vicinity of the playground and were pronounced dead at scene by a paramedic,” they said.

The police added that they followed up on “all possible leads” and conducted investigations, which eventually led to the arrest of the man.The man will be charged in court on Jan 24 with murder. The offence of murder carries the death penalty.Investigations are ongoing, said the police.

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Qqqa I m not here to judge him. I feel really really sorry for him. As a father, it is so difficult for him. I cannot imagine the mental stress he goes thru every day bringing up these 2 boys. We don't know the suffering he has been going thru. The father should not be charged for murder considering the incredible stress of raising 2 autistic sons, esp in Singapore where there is so little gov support.

Really sad news

Bodies of 2 boys, both 11, found near Upper Bukit Timah playgroundThe bodies of two 11-year-olds were found near a playground at Greenridge Crescent Playground at Toh Yi, Upper Bukit Timah on Friday (Jan 21), the police confirmed. In response to AsiaOne's queries, the police said they received a call for assistance from a man at about 6.25pm that day. When they arrived on-site, they found the man's two sons lying...

11-year-old brothers found dead near Upper Bukit Timah playgroundSINGAPORE: A pair of 11-year-old brothers were found dead near a playground at Greenridge Crescent in Upper Bukit Timah on Friday (Jan 21) evening. The police said in response to queries from CNA that they received a call for assistance from a man at about 6.25pm on Friday. \u0022When police officers Omg hope the children are ok Rip Dream

Pair of 11-year-old boys found dead in Upper Bukit Timah playground, police investigations ongoingPolice investigations ongoing. 🙏 🙏 RIP Omg..the playground itself looks like its in an unsafe place...this is really so saddening when we read it, imagine how bad it will be for their parents 💔 RIP 🙏🏽

Father of 11-year-old brothers found dead at Upper Bukit Timah arrested for alleged murderSINGAPORE: A 48-year-old man has been arrested for his suspected involvement in the death of his two 11-year-old sons, the police said in a news release late on Saturday (Jan 22). The police received a call for assistance by the man at a playground along Greenridge Crescent at 6.25pm on Friday. � It cld be he chickened out frm a suicide but he killed he kids instead. Ugh 🤬pls leave kids out of ur marital drama ありがとう Raising 2 autistic kids in SG is extremely stressful. Our gov should learn from Australia. They spend 20% of their gdp on social welfare. SG 5%. Australians are gracious because their gov is gracious. SG gov wants to enforce graciousness - fine those who do not return the tray.

Bodies of two children found in Upper Bukit Timah playgroundTwo children were found dead at Greenridge Crescent Playground in Toh Yi, Upper Bukit Timah, on Friday evening. When The Straits Times arrived at the playground around noon on Saturday (Jan 22), there were two police vehicles parked along Greenridge... Why?

Bodies of two children found in Upper Bukit Timah playgroundWhy huh What happened?

death of his two 11-year-old sons , the police said in a news release late on Saturday (Jan 22).AsiaOne The Straits Times/Jean Lau The bodies of two 11-year-olds were found near a playground at Greenridge Crescent Playground at Toh Yi, Upper Bukit Timah on Friday (Jan 21), the police confirmed.LinkedIn SINGAPORE: A pair of 11-year-old brothers were found dead near a playground at Greenridge Crescent in Upper Bukit Timah on Friday (Jan 21) evening.Two children were found dead at a playground at Greenridge Crescent in Upper Bukit Timah on Friday evening (Jan.

The police received a call for assistance by the man at a playground along Greenridge Crescent at 6.25pm on Friday.25pm that day. “When police officers arrived at the scene, the man's two 11-year-old sons were found lying motionless in the vicinity of the playground and were pronounced dead at scene by a paramedic,” they said. "When police officers arrived at the scene, the man's two 11-year-old sons were found lying motionless in the vicinity of the playground and were pronounced dead at scene by a paramedic," said the police. The police added that they followed up on “all possible leads” and conducted investigations, which eventually led to the arrest of the man. Both boys were pronounced dead at the scene by a paramedic. The man will be charged in court on Jan 24 with murder. They were pronounced dead at the scene by a paramedic.

The offence of murder carries the death penalty. Plain-clothes officers were also seen speaking to the residents. Ms Sim Ann, Member of Parliament for the Holland-Bukit Timah GRC, called the public to refrain from speculation while investigations are ongoing. Investigations are ongoing, said the police. Related: 11-year-old brothers found dead near Upper Bukit Timah playground HEAVY POLICE PRESENCE Residents in the neighbourhood told CNA on Saturday afternoon that the entire area had been cordoned off last night with heavy police presence. Police investigations into the case of unnatural death are ongoing. A 57-year-old resident who wanted to be identified as Mr Raj noted that “police, vans and soldiers with red berets … were encircling the forest” near the playground on Friday evening. The police are investigating. Another 68-year-old resident added that a floodlight, fire engine and the police's K-9 unit had also been deployed.com If you don’t like our faces, listen to our fortnightly podcast E-Junkies where we lepak one corner with famous people #. Last night, there were at least four police vans parked along the side of the road.

The contingents only wound down operations past midnight, he added. Those CNA spoke to added that they did not know if the two siblings also lived in the estate." This story is developing. But one resident, Mr Yim, said: “My helper heard some distress call - somebody asking for help … and it (apparently) sounded like a lady. “After two shouts, everything was quiet. It didn’t alarm her because there are usually a lot of children and adults playing in the park.

” “Of course, 15 minutes later, the police came knocking.” A group of people comprising the sister of the deceased, as well as family friends, were seen offering prayers next to the canal on Saturday afternoon. Source: CNA/ng(zl) .