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Four unnatural deaths in just a few days

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Two days after the report of an unnatural death in Jalan Besar, another happened in Boat Quay. The murder which happened on 13 Jul, was reported by the police yesterday (18 Jul). The murder in Boat Quay is the fourth reported in series of murders or unnatural deaths, which are all unrelated to the other.

Police said that a 47-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and that he has been involved in a fight with a 55-year-old man. The injured man was conveyed unconscious to Singapore General Hospital, and was pronounced dead at 4.48pm on Saturday (16 Jul).

Police said it was alerted to the incident at a pub along Boat Quay last Wednesday (July 13) at 5.28am, and arrested the accused on Monday.

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