Pair of 11-year-old boys found dead in Upper Bukit Timah playground, police investigations ongoing

Police investigations ongoing.

22/1/2022 9:13:00 AM

Pair of 11-year-old boys found dead in Upper Bukit Timah playground, police investigations ongoing

Police investigations ongoing.

Responding toMothership'squeries, the police said they received a call for assistance by a man at a playground along Greenridge Crescent on Jan. 21 at around 6:25pm.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.

They were pronounced dead at the scene by a paramedic.Police investigations into the case of unnatural death of the two boys are ongoing.Mothershipunderstands that officers from the police's Gurkha Contingent were combing the forested area behind the playground and a canal nearby.

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Heartache! 心寒! RIP🙏🙏 I really wanna know if it’s foul play, or suicide or murder.. I can’t imagine what d family is going thru rite now. RIP boys 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 🙏🏽

🙏 RIP 🙏

Two children were found dead at a playground at Greenridge Crescent in Upper Bukit Timah on Friday evening (Jan. 21). Responding to Mothership's queries, the police said they received a call for assistance by a man at a playground along Greenridge Crescent on Jan. 21 at around 6:25pm. 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. They were pronounced dead at the scene by a paramedic. Police investigations into the case of unnatural death of the two boys are ongoing. Mothership understands that officers from the police's Gurkha Contingent were combing the forested area behind the playground and a canal nearby. reported officers were seen speaking to residents around the estate, according to ST reporters on the ground at noon on Saturday (Jan. 22). Last night, there were at least four police vans parked along the side of the road. Top photo from Thiru Selvan/ Google Maps. If you like what you read, follow us on