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“Come and catch us” – Brazen vandals who graffiti Sembawang carpark openly taunt the police




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Brazen vandals appear to be openly challenging the police to catch them for vandalised the walls on the 1st, 3rd and 4th floor of the multi-storey carpark at 361 Sembawang Crescent with graffiti.

The police have revealed that they were alerted to a case of mischief in the carpark on Saturday, 17 Mar, just before midnight at 11.44pm. Police officers believe that there is more than one vandal defacing the carpark walls. Investigations are ongoing.

Vandals strike at Sembawang carpark

Brazen vandals strike at Sembawang carpark, openly taunting police: "Come and catch us. Good luck!"Vandals sprayed graffiti on the walls of a multi-story carpark at Block 361 Sembawang Crescent, with at least 10 different messages taunting the police. It was on the 1st, 3rd and 4th floor walls. There were no vehicles affected in this carpark.The writings on the wall also looked to be distinct, and it is believed that the vandalism was done by more than one person. Police was alerted to a case of mischief at the said location at 11.44pm on March 17.Act of vandalism, attempt to do any such act or cause any such act to be done. Upon conviction, the penalty is a fine not exceeding S$2,000 or imprisonment not exceeding three years, and also the corporal punishment of not less than three strokes and not more than eight strokes of the cane.

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One resident, 48-year-old car dealership owner Mr Hu, told the Chinese daily that he discovered the vandalism on Sunday and was shocked to see that almost the entire carpark had been defaced with graffiti depicting patterns and words such as “painful,” “sad,” “remorse,” “love me, don’t go.” “This is “Art” and such.

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The vandals had even spray-painted “Catch me if u can,”  “Catch us, I wish you good luck!” and “Come and catch us” seemingly to provoke the police.

Disturbed, Mr Hu has taken to parking his car in a crowded area, afraid that the vandals might begin striking vehicles.


Those convicted for acts of vandalism may face a maximum fine of S$2,000, imprisonment not exceeding three years, and/or 3-8 strokes of the cane.

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