18 Jan '11, 12pm

Boy, 12, suspected of Yishun break-ins

SINGAPORE - A 12-year-old boy who is believed to be involved in a series of break-ins in the Yishun housing estate has been arrested. The police said the suspect is believed to have gained access to the units by simply walking through the front doors which were left unsecured. The suspect made away with about $250 cash and a laptop worth about $2,500. He was arrested at his home in Yishun on Monday. Preliminary investigations revealed that the suspect is believed to be involved in at least four cases of break-ins in the Yishun estate. This story is available only online.

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Singapore/EDC110118-0000476/Bo...

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