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Married couple dead in apparent murder-suicide after dispute in Tampines condo




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A 35-year-old woman was found dead at the foot of Q Bay Residences condominium at 3 Tampines St 86 yesterday morning, while a 35-year-old man was found injured with multiple stab wounds in their unit. The man later succumbed to his injuried and passed away at Changi General Hospital.

Police, who were alerted to a dispute case at 5.55am yesterday, arrived at the condominium to find the married couple, who are believed to be Filipino. The couple’s only child, a 14 year old, reportedly witnessed the fight and was found in the unit.

The police have classified the incident as a case of unnatural death. The case is suspected to be murder-suicide, with the wife reportedly falling out of the bedroom window of the unit after allegedly injuring her husband.

Investigations are ongoing.

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