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    Quote Originally Posted by lkf73 View Post
    Surprised at how he can get out of the country so easily after such a high profile case.

    The assumption that SG is so small and if commit crime sure will get caught as no where to hide is tested once again and falls short. First Mas Salamat and now this.
    It takes only one hour or less to get to JB if there are no traffic jam

    But it takes few hours to gather all the CCTV video together and another few hours to look at the footage

    I am not surprise that he can reach Bangkok by the time the police identify him

    If he travel by plane, he may be further away

    My theory is that he have already prepare his luggage and passport near the bank. After the robbery, he change clothes and go straight to custom. he may also have booked the bus/train ticket in JB. He may also have exchange the $30K to other currency before he reach the custom. The police is looking for someone with SGD$30K, not someone with other country's currency.


    Saw this in FB
    https://www.facebook.com/wakeupSG/ph...type=3&theater
    You know Singapore is safe when banks do not have armed guards.

    You know Singaporeans are obedient when a teller complies with just a note to hand over $30,000.

    You know Singapore is truly globalised when even bank robbers are foreign talents.

    You know Singapore is expensive when a bank robber’s loot is insufficient to buy COE.

    (Credits to Felix Cheong)
    Last edited by Yutaka Go; 11th July 2016 at 09:54 PM.
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    He converted to US dollars...he looks like a homosexual/transgender/possible baby taper...one thing for sure is that he is a criminal and therefore probably neurotic like I say...wouldnt surprise me at all...he ran into Singapore girl and said to himself I am in the wrong place...LOL
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    http://www.straitstimes.com/singapor...ng-escape-plan

    "Thai police did not technically arrest Roach; they merely cancelled his right to stay in Thailand. Therefore, they are not able to keep him for very long, he said.

    Canadian officials are trying to get Roach sent back to Canada, according to the Thai police."

    He may end up going back to Canada with his loot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    Ang Moh easier to catch
    Who says? Cannot disguise?

    Last edited by Sion; 13th July 2016 at 09:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikonzen View Post
    I live in America which is just like one long running movie bro...lol

    Except it is real...
    You don't have to watch movies in America.

    You watch nightly news for action can liao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    You don't have to watch movies in America.

    You watch nightly news for action can liao.
    Sometimes all you have to do is step out onto the porch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutaka Go View Post
    ...My theory is that he have already prepare his luggage and passport near the bank. After the robbery, he change clothes and go straight to custom. he may also have booked the bus/train ticket in JB. He may also have exchange the $30K to other currency before he reach the custom. The police is looking for someone with SGD$30K, not someone with other country's currency.
    Wouldn't he wanted to spend his ill-gotten cash to have an slow massage and hot bath provided by the old ladies in Orchard Towers first?

    Then a leisurely lunch in one of the fine dining place in Marina Sands.

    After that a drink in a bar in Clark Quay.

    Last edited by Sion; 14th July 2016 at 10:23 AM.

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