Suspected ‘kidnapping’ at Northpoint: Child’s stroller almost pushed away by PRC man
Posted by temasektimes on March 27, 2012
One week after two suspected ‘kidnapping’ cases were reported in Ang Mo Kio Hub and Simei, another incident surfaced today at Northpoint shopping center in Yishun.
A netizen ‘Hwai Kee’ shared his unpleasant encounter with a PRC man on Facebook just one hour ago:
“My son was almost pushed away in a stroller at north point. We were looking into the baby spa when I turn around, saw a china man holding the handle of my son stroller…”
[Source: Hwai Kee’s Facebook]
Unfortunately, Hwai Kee was too shocked and angry to take a snapshot of the PRC man:
“….when I turned around and star at him, he walked away suspiciously. Was too angry and forgot to snap a picture of him!”
According to one netizen Timothy Hou, such incidents are real and not mere rumors:
“Just overheard at Sengkang CC the teacher sharing with a parent about similar incidences at Simei recently.”
The police has not issued any other statements to reassure the public except calling on Singaporeans not to spread ‘unsubstantiated information’ which will create unnecessary ‘alarm’.
A media blackout appears to be imposed by the mainstream media as if nothing has happened. Singaporeans are advised to take a SNAPSHOT of any stranger suspecting of taking your child away immediately and post it online to increase public awareness.