Swift Arrest Of Man For Loanshark Harassment Activities

The Police have arrested a 28-year-old man for his suspected involvement in loanshark harassment activities.

On 21 June 2017, Police responded to a case of loanshark harassment where loanshark-related graffiti was found on the wall of the complainant’s unit at Jalan Bukit Merah and the metal door grille was set on fire.

Following the report, officers from Central Division carried out extensive investigative probes and ground enquiries. with the aid of footages from Police Cameras (POLCAM), the suspect was identified and officers arrested the suspect along Flora Road on 21 June 2017.

The suspect will be charged in Court on 23 June 2017 under the Moneylenders Act (Revised Edition 2010). Under the Act, first-time offenders found guilty of loanshark harassment shall be fined not less than $5,000 and not more than $50,000 with mandatory imprisonment of up to 5 years and mandatory caning of up to 6 strokes.

Police have zero tolerance against loanshark harassment. Those who deliberately vandalise properties will be arrested swiftly and dealt with severely in accordance with the law. Upon conviction, these perpetrators can expect to be caned and jailed for damaging property and causing alarm to the general community.

Source: Singapore Police Force

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Swift Arrest Of Man For Loanshark Harassment Activities

The Police have arrested a 28-year-old man for his suspected involvement in loanshark harassment activities.

On 21 June 2017, Police responded to a case of loanshark harassment where loanshark-related graffiti was found on the wall of the complainant’s unit at Jalan Bukit Merah and the metal door grille was set on fire.

Following the report, officers from Central Division carried out extensive investigative probes and ground enquiries. with the aid of footages from Police Cameras (POLCAM), the suspect was identified and officers arrested the suspect along Flora Road on 21 June 2017.

The suspect will be charged in Court on 23 June 2017 under the Moneylenders Act (Revised Edition 2010). Under the Act, first-time offenders found guilty of loanshark harassment shall be fined not less than $5,000 and not more than $50,000 with mandatory imprisonment of up to 5 years and mandatory caning of up to 6 strokes.

Police have zero tolerance against loanshark harassment. Those who deliberately vandalise properties will be arrested swiftly and dealt with severely in accordance with the law. Upon conviction, these perpetrators can expect to be caned and jailed for damaging property and causing alarm to the general community.

Source: Singapore Police Force

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