Johor thieves brazenly attack Singapore cars as Chinese New Year approaches

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Thieves across the causeway appear to have grown more brazen as more Singapore-registered cars have been attacked within days of each incident, as Chinese New Year approaches.

At least two Singapore-registered cars in Johor Bahru were attacked last Sunday (11 Feb) in the Taman Sentosa area. One of the victims whose car was targeted, Jason Ho, revealed that his car was parked near a crowded main road with cars passing by every minute but even this was not enough to deter thieves.

Ho said that the thieves stole his valuables but left his passport behind. He added: “They use motorcycle and firework to distract other attention before breaking the glass.”

Ho shared online that this is the first time such a robbery has happened to him in the 14 years he has been driving across the causeway. He added that Malaysians and Singaporeans lent a helping hand when they saw what had happened.

Ho noticed that another Singapore-registered car parked nearby his vehicle had also been broken into in a similar manner:

Just a week before this, a Singaporean who had parked his car KSL City Mall in Johor returned to find that cash and a Touch n’ Go card in his car was missing. The man, Ray Tan, was shocked to find that a thief had broken into his car and stolen the items when he viewed his dashboard camera footage:

Tan shared online: “Today drove a replacement Toyota Wish to KSL for CNY goodies. Parked at lvl 3 carpark & this happened. Those who are driving older car with the normal key, be careful. This f*cker likely opens it with a master key which the key makers are using.”

NNB PCB! Fucking CB! Stole some cash and my touch & go card from my car. Suspected open the door with master key. Likely…

Posted by Ray Tan on Monday, 5 February 2018

10 COMMENTS

  1. Singaporeans are silly. Did 0 they pay any Malaysian income tax? No
    Did Malaysia owe them any responsibilities? No
    So what do you expect? Same ltrs ament as their own loyal citizen? Ha

    • Tiong, I don’t understand your school of thoughts! Isn’t it a responsibility of the local police to protect everyone regardless of their nationality or whether they pay their income tax! I don’t think His Royal Highness, The Sultan of Johore, would like to see this sort of crime happening in His Beloved Country! Only selfish people would harbour the thought of not caring for others! The UPRIGHT SULTAN would definitely prefer a crime free country to all his Citizens and Visitors! JB Police, please conduct more patrols to rid these culprits in smearing the image of your country! I know you have the CAPABILITY!

  2. My Car got broke in on 20-Jan too. My video is a bit blur, yup it is the same guy. I am going to make a police report later.

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