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Singapore police arrest man and woman over death of newborn baby in Taiwan 2 years ago

Singapore police arrest man and woman over death of newborn baby in Taiwan 2 years ago

11/5/2021 6:12:00 PM
Taiwan, Crime, Police

Singapore police arrest man and woman over death of newborn baby in Taiwan 2 years ago

SINGAPORE: The Singapore police have arrested a man and a woman over their suspected involvement in the death of a newborn baby in Taiwan two ...

BookmarkSINGAPORE: The Singapore police have arrested a man and a woman over their suspected involvement in the death of a newborn baby in Taiwan two years ago.The man and woman, both 25, were arrested on Apr 28, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) told CNA in response to queries.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementSPF said it received a request for assistance from Taiwanese authorities after a newborn baby was found dead at a waste management facility in Taipei on Feb 26, 2019.“Since then, the police have been working with the Taiwanese authorities to review the evidence and have commenced investigations,” said SPF.

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