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Masked man climbs over counter and robs Singpost branch of $3000 in broad daylight




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The police are appealing for more information on a masked man (pictured above) who robbed the Singpost branch at Potong Pasir Community Club yesterday afternoon, around 1.30pm.

According to the police, the man walked into the branch wearing a surgical mask and demanded money from the female counter staff:

“The female staff immediately ran into a room for safety. The male suspect then climbed over the counter and made off with about $3,000 in cash that was placed in the drawers.”

The man was last seen running off in the direction of Upper Serangoon Road, along Potong Pasir Avenue. He was wearing a black cap, black sweater, blue jeans, black shoes, and carrying a sling bag.

Those with more information are urged to call the police hotline on 1800-255-0000 or visit www.police.gov.sg/iwitness.

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