Police issue lookout message on man last seen at Greenridge Crescent after 2 brothers found dead on Jan. 21

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22/1/2022 1:36:00 PM

Police issue lookout message on man last seen at Greenridge Crescent after 2 brothers found dead on Jan. 21

Update.

The man is estimated to be around 30 to 40 years old.The alert was sent out at 11:37pm on Jan. 21, according to the screenshot. Strides, formerly SMRT Taxi, is a local taxi company.Via Singapore Taxi Driver's FacebookThe man was last seen on Jan. 21, at about 3pm at Greenridge Crescent.

Anyone who spotted or picked up a passenger who fit the description was told to call the number listed.Mothershiphas confirmed that the lookout message is genuine.BackgroundThe police had received a call for assistance by a man at a playground along Greenridge Crescent on Jan. 21 at around 6:25pm.

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Age wrong leh..lousy la Whatever happen is destiny.🙏 This is seriously concerning. My condolences to the family,it's very shocking as always that we thought it's safe...some individual have a non-stable and emotional thinking 🤔🤔🤔 Scary Why so many people suddenly die?

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to the Singapore Taxi Driver's Facebook group, the police had issued a lookout for a"tan looking" man wearing a grey shirt and sports shoes. The man is estimated to be around 30 to 40 years old. The alert was sent out at 11:37pm on Jan. 21, according to the screenshot. Strides, formerly SMRT Taxi, is a local taxi company. Via Singapore Taxi Driver's Facebook The man was last seen on Jan. 21, at about 3pm at Greenridge Crescent. Anyone who spotted or picked up a passenger who fit the description was told to call the number listed. Mothership has confirmed that the lookout message is genuine. Background The police had received a call for assistance by a man at a playground along Greenridge Crescent on Jan. 21 at around 6:25pm. The man's two 11-year-old sons were found dead in the vicinity of the playground when officers arrived on the scene. Mothership understands that officers from the police's Gurkha Contingent also combed the forested area behind the playground and a canal nearby. Police investigations into the case of unnatural death of the two boys are currently ongoing. Follow and listen to our podcast here Top image via Thiru Selvan/ Google Maps and Singapore Taxi Driver's Facebook If you like what you read, follow us on