30 Sep '15, 2am

Suspects in murtabak restaurant slashing taken to crime scene

Suspects in murtabak restaurant slashing taken to crime scene

Five men allegedly involved in a brutal slashing on a murtabak restaurant worker were on Tuesday (Sept 29) taken back to the crime scene for investigations. Joshua Navindran Suraithiran, 24, Joel Giritharan Surainthiran, 26, and Ramge Visvamnathan, 19, allegedly slashed Mr Liakath Ali’s face, disfiguring it. Two other Singaporeans -- businessman Zackeer Abbass Khan, 45, and Anwer Ambiya Kadir Maideen, 46 -- together with an Indian national Koleth Navas, 29, are accused of abetting in a conspiracy to cause grievous hurt to Mr Liakath, 52, between Aug 22 and 26. The incident was said to have happened on Aug 26 at about 10pm on Arab Street. Yesterday morning, Joshua, Joel and Ramge were taken to several locations, including a section of the Rochor Canal near Sungei Road. Later in the afternoon, police also took Zackeer and Anwer Ambiya to a coffeeshop at Serangoon Avenue 2. R...

Full article: http://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore-news/suspects-murtabak-r...

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