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Police reportedly on the hunt for Lexus driver who threw brick at Parliament House before fleeing

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The Singapore Police Force appears to be on the hunt for a Lexus driver who drove into Parliament House and threw a brick at the driveway before fleeing. The incident seems to have occurred this afternoon, between 4.01pm to 4.09pm.

Netizens were alerted to the case when a picture of a taxi driver’s notification screen showing a lookout message by the police began circulating online. The message on the taxi’s Mobile Data Terminal says:

“Lookout Msg.Black Lexus bearing SJV2787A who has driven into Parliment House & threw brick at driveway today at 1601h to 1609hrs. Call Police 999”

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UPDATE:

The Police said that a 45-year-old man was arrested on Friday (Jan 11) for criminal trespass after he drove a car outside the Parliament House driveway and threw a brick on the road. The incident happened at 4pm. Police investigations are ongoing.Follow us on Social Media

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