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  1. I did not realize that the signal repeater lights for my Honda Civic 1.6 (FD4) were stolen until today. Someone has stolen both two sides of it and left the two holes there. I do not know should I report to the police or not, since I am not sure where and when they were stolen. It should be happened within a few days this week. Could someone also please let me know where can I find the replacement and how much does it cost? Thank you very much. Some photos of the stolen lights are attached.
  2. Mockngbrd

    Friend car stolen

    Friend car stolen this morning. Any info will be good. Didnt know ppl still steal cars in SG nowdays.
  3. Hi Guys, Need help on my fren's car which is stolen at JB. I noe chances of finding back is slim but we will try any channels that will helps.....Thank you very much!!! Details as below: SBX9703X Honda Civic 3 door EG6 EG6 with EK9 Front Yellow with CF Bonnet & boot Blue sport rims Spoon side mirrors Last seen at Taman Sentosa near abalone mee store
  4. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/a-level-chemistry-exam-papers-stolen-238-students-from-4-jcs-9984934 Long article, which i only quote a bit here. Now worried about being sued for reproducing full articles, so pls click the link and read in full... Surprised to read this, and also that it's not the first time exams scripts are stolen. This time, the affect students can choose to accept a grade that was calculated/projected by SEAB, or to retake the paper. The higher mark will be used... My kids are now in sec school... Just wondering if so suay kanna such thing, what should the students do or what should we as parents, advise our kids to do...
  5. SINGAPORE - Over $35,000 worth of jewellery was stolen from a store in Yew Tee Square on Saturday afternoon (Dec 15). The police were alerted to the theft at the Choa Chu Kang Street 62 shopping centre at 4.41pm on Saturday. The Straits Times understands that the incident took place at the mall's Gold Scale Jewels jewellery store. The suspect is believed to be a young man who went to the shop asking to view different pieces of jewellery. He walked in and out of the shop several times, taking photos of the jewellery pieces and asking if he could get a discount on some of the pieces on display. At one point, he even told the store assistant that he would come back with his girlfriend. During one of his visits, he allegedly took advantage of the crowd in the store and the fact that the sales assistant was distracted to grab the jewellery which he had earlier asked to examine and flee. An employee at a neighbouring store, who gave her name only as Ms Zheng, told Chinese daily Lianhe Wanbao that four of the jewellery store's staff were present when the incident happened. She said that two of the staff chased the suspect but were unable to catch him. ST understands that the suspect, who made off with $35,886 worth of jewellery, including three necklaces and one pendant, had yet to be arrested as of 8.30pm on Sunday. When contacted, the manager of Gold Scale Jewels' Yew Tee Square outlet declined to comment. The police are investigating the incident.
  6. Every single trolley got stolen from Holland Drive FairPrice on Dec. 14, police investigating In case you can’t read it, someone, or a group of people stole an entire fleet of trolleys from an NTUC outlet. Mothership understands that the outlet in question is the Holland Drive outlet, which operates 24 hours a day. Which means the theft took place when the outlet was open for business. Mothership also understands that the perpetrators were caught on CCTV footage but is unclear if they have been apprehended as yet.
  7. Car thieves in Malaysia have gone high-tech, using device to unlock car with keyless entry Owners of cars using the keyless entry system are at risk of having their vehicles stolen in minutes by a frequency­hacking device that is available in Malaysia. The device, which costs about RM150 (S$50) and can be obtained online or at some electronics stores, can unlock a car and start its engine by hacking its radio frequency identification (RFID) information. A source said the device could unlock almost any car with keyless entry. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/car-thieves-in-malaysia-have-gone-high-tech-uses-device-to-unlock-car-with-keyless I still use the old school method to lock the steering but if they wanna steal they'll easily remove it anyway. Still, I think deterrence is better than nothing!
  8. Teutonic Technologies Allan Wan added 4 new photos. 8 hrs · Hi everybody, I'm known mostly as Allan to my friends or Mr Wan to my students. I'm currently caught in a situation where I need all of your help. My car SGQ8851K grey Toyota Estima was sent to a workshop called Teutonic Technologies back in late Dec 2017 but has gone missing since 24 Jan 2018. The personnel at the workshop can no longer be contacted. I've tried all sorts of mean to get any information including filing through Small Claims Tribunal, filing a police report (attached for reference) and seeking help through LTA. LTA had kindly classified my car as "missing" on 2 Mar 2018, making it illegal to be driven on the road. From the LTA fine I've received in the letterbox, my car was last spotted driving through a ERP gantry (Havelock Road/Clemenceau Ave) on 1 Feb at 8.48am without enough cashcard value (attached for reference) and a further police report was filed. There has been no progress since. Hence, I'd like to appeal to all of you to share this information to all your friends in Facebook. If you happen to spot the car, kindly help me call the police or WhatsApp me at 9762 9505 with a photo of it so that I seek help from relevant authorities. Thank you very much! https://www.facebook.com/mr.allan.wan/posts/10214398541572509 pls help this poor guy to find his car
  9. Hi all, Posting on behalf of my Honda's club. His car was stolen at Boon Teck Road. Both of his keys are with him. Please help us to locate his car if you happen to see. If you happen to see, please call him @ 9636 6000 He has no backlog with bank. Clean record. Thank you in advance. Newly added: this photo was taken not on the same day, cause he don't take picture every time he parked. Keith
  10. I am writing phone apps for myself in case my car gets stolen in Singapore/Malaysia, I am asking for opinion if it is worth doing it at all. HOW IT WORKS: - I hide an Android phone in my car that tracks the car's location (GPS). The phone can be any old and obsolete Android phone that is worth close to nothing. The phone is installed with an app (I develop) that runs non-stop in the background. - If the car is stolen, I use my regular phone to view my car's location graphically on a map. This phone is installed with an app (I develop) that hides all complexity from the user, but technically it sends an SMS to the car phone and the car phone responds with its location in SMS. The app decodes the SMS and drop-pin on an offline map. WHAT ARE ALREADY AVAILABLE: - There are low cost GPS trackers but they are on 2G networks that won't exist soon. - 3G trackers are expensive. - Commercial car trackers are available and most require subscription. - Most trackers use mobile data. MY METHOD: - Reuse old/obsolete phones that are lying around, so I don't buy anything. - Use SMS to communicate so phones don't need overseas mobile data. SMS in Malaysia doesn't cost much and we use only when car gets stolen. - My regular phone uses offline maps, no need to access online map such as Google map, so again no need mobile data. What are you using to track your car ? If I decide to develop the apps, I might give it away free to commenters here.
  11. Recently there is a case of 2007 Honda Stream being stolen in JB Tesco Tabrau carpark inside the building. This made me worry on the security of JB shopping centre building management and made me too scare to drive to JB. Is there any good ways to prevent from theft of car? Is our current keyless entry with smart key smart enough to deter the car thief? Should we park with head in or head out? Is there any good security equipment we should install to our car to prevent such incident happening?
  12. http://motoring.asiaone.com/Motoring/News/...130-324630.html 150 cars stolen daily in Malaysia By Austin Camoens PETALING JAYA - An average of 150 vehicles are stolen a day in the country, with Proton and Perodua models topping the list of 112,503 whisked away since 2010. Federal CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said the high number of thefts was due to the demand not only for new but also old vehicles, which are cannibalised for their parts. A total of 57,462 vehicle thefts were reported in 2010 while the number was 55,041 as of September 2011, he said. He added: "There is a big demand for the stolen vehicles at construction sites in remote areas. Some are used in robberies and other criminal activities while certain models are exported overseas. "We believe that vehicles like Toyota Hilux are stolen to feed the huge demand for four-wheel drives in the Middle East. We think that rebel forces use them to mount guns."
  13. Hi hijacking this thread due unable to post new thread.... My friend's car was stolen just this morning. He and his family went for swimming at lower delta swimming pool. After swimming, he found out that his bag and barang barang was stolen. The car keys was inside the bag that was stolen. When he went to the public carpark where he parked his car, he discovered that his car was also stolen. Details of his car: NISSAN SYLPHY, WHITE COLOR. CAR PLATE NUMBER: SJW2840P CONTACT: 92963038 Please help to spread around the news so that hopefully more people can help to look out for the missing car. Many many thanks and much appreciated if you guys can help my poor friend. Many thanks again Any helpful souls can help me create a new thread for this??? much thanks @barbaricboon done
  14. Lucky or not ? http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local-news/woman-receives-85-in-45-photo-radar-ticket-showing-people-in-her-stolen-car
  15. A 17 year old Malay teenager stole a private bus at Woodlands Industrial Park E3 yesterday morning at 9am and took the bus for a 155km joyride around Singapore - CCK, AMK, Toa Payoh, Yishun, Boon Lay, Whampoa, Telok Kurau, East Coast Park, Jurong East, Corporation Road, Kian Teck Road and Bukit Batok. An employee of the bus company only discovered the bus missing at 2pm. Luckily the bus has a GPS installed and the location of the bus tracked down very quickly. The bus was eventually recovered at a bus stop along Bukit Batok. . News from xin ming 17岁少年涉嫌偷窃私人巴士“环岛游”,驾了巴士6小时,全岛东西南北都走透透,从兀兰先后经过宏茂桥、东海岸、文礼、裕廊东等区,“环岛游”将近155公里,最终才在武吉巴督落网! 这起事件发生在昨早9时,地点是兀兰工业区E3的一家私人巴士车厂。涉嫌偷车案件的是一名17岁的马来少年。 据了解,少年早上9时从兀兰车厂出发,沿途经过义顺、宏茂桥、黄埔、直落古楼、东海岸公园大道、大巴窑、蔡厝港、文礼、顺利、武吉巴督、兀兰、裕廊东、建德路、企业路,并最终停靠在武吉巴督中路的巴士站。这旅程相信至少有155公里长。 记者联络上驾驶这辆巴士司机卓先生(55岁)。他告诉记者,他下午2时要出车到小印度发现巴士不翼而飞,于是立即通过全球定位系统(GPS)寻找巴士行踪。“我发现巴士在裕廊一带的建德路出现,和老板各自开着私家车找失窃巴士。” 完整报道,请翻阅09.03.2015《新明日报》 Real life GTA!
  16. Lotr

    Car wash stuff stolen

    Was washing car this morning at hdb mscp. Had placed a plastic bag containing 2 sponges, one water blade, a bottle of polish and a bottle of sealant against a wall next to the back of my car, as will be using them later. After spending less than 30mins washing the car, I went to take the water blade and realised that the whole plastic bag was gone. Total loss about $50. Guess it's partly my mistake to place the items where I can't see them. Still, quite any unpleasant experience. Just a reminder to all here to take care of your belongings when washing your car, you never know who might be eyeing your stuff and swipe it when there is an opportunity.
  17. Beanoyip

    Stolen parking lot

    Just want to ask your opinion on how would you react if the car park lot you were waiting for was stolen under your nose by another car. For my case, i was heading for lunch at Sin Ming area where there's always problems with parking. I signaled my intention to park at a lot where a car is coming out, but i had to inch forward for the car to turn out. As I inched forward, the car kept following until my car was out of position, hence i couldn't take the lot anymore. The bugger happily just reversed into my waiting lot. I wanted to horn and get down, but decide against, decided to drive to another location to eat instead. I wonder the guy was pure ignorant or just pure brazen to take the lot knowing that I already signaled to take the lot.
  18. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2739215/Jennifer-Lawrence-victim-hacker-leaks-slew-graphic-nude-photos-Oscar-winning-actress.html A flaw in the 'Find My iPhone' function of Apple's iCloud service may have helped a hacker to steal nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and '100 other celebrities', it today emerged. The hacker claims he or she broke into stars' iCloud accounts, including those of the Hunger Games actress, Kate Upton and Rihanna, before publishing them on 4chan, the image-sharing forum. A list of the alleged victims of the hack - 101 in total - has also been posted online; most of whom have not seen any photographs leaked by the hacker. A spokesman for Oscar winner Lawrence confirmed to MailOnline the photos of her are genuine. 'This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence,' the emailed statement read. Following the publication of the images of Sunday night, experts have voiced their concerns over how the hacker managed to access them. Now, reports suggest that a specific flaw in the 'Find My iPhone' service may have been to blame. Despite the story breaking last night, Apple is still yet to confirm or deny whether its software was the target of the hacking.
  19. Picnic06-Biante15

    150 Cars Stolen Daily in MY .....

    Right from the horses mouth ..... Yahoo news report : 150 cars stolen daily in Malaysia Petaling Jaya (The Star/ANN) - An average of 150 vehicles are stolen a day in Malaysia, with Proton and Perodua models topping the list of 112,503 whisked away since 2010. Federal CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said the high number of thefts was due to the demand not only for new but also old vehicles, which are cannibalised for their parts. A total of 57,462 vehicle thefts were reported in 2010 while the number was 55,041 as of September 2011, he said. He added: "There is a big demand for the stolen vehicles at construction sites in remote areas. Some are used in robberies and other criminal activities while certain models are exported overseas. "We believe that vehicles like Toyota Hilux are stolen to feed the huge demand for four-wheel drives in the Middle East. We think that rebel forces use them to mount guns." hmmmmmm.............. Hilux pickup ended up in Middle East as mobile gun ship ..... so most SG cars might be cannibalised for their parts ....
  20. http://news.asiaone.com/news/crime/msian-charged-exporting-stolen-vehicles Any particular reasons for bringing stolen Malaysian vehicles into Singapore and then exporting?? Claiming the vehicles are from Singapore hence fetching higher value? Exporting from Singapore so vehicles are more legit?? Just wondering why the trouble to transport stolen vehicles down our country.
  21. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-essex-27283885 A stolen mobile phone has emailed a "selfie" of a mystery man back to its owner. Essex Police said they were now keen to talk to the man in the photo. The HTC phone was stolen from an unidentified student's coat pocket while he was walking in Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, on Thursday evening. The phone was fitted with a security device which automatically took a photo when the wrong PIN code was entered into the device. A police spokesman said the man holding the phone had probably inadvertently taken the "selfie" when an incorrect security code was entered several times. The student, whose email account was linked to the security device, then contacted police.
  22. Do we need to pay rental company
  23. posting on behalf of a new member who couldn't start a thread.
  24. Hello to all bro of MCF , my post today is to seek help from all bros here to keep a lookout for my friend's black coloured BMW 523 carrying number plate SCJ 316 B which was stolen from a parking lot near Cecil St yesterday morning , if any of you were to see or come across the said vehicle , please report to the police immediately or call me at 98180488 . To all Bros A Million Thanks
  25. Picnic06-Biante15

    S$2.06 Million For "Stolen Handphones"

    Read this at CNA news : Ex-M1 staff who "stole phones" ordered to pay S$2.06m Singapore - The High Court has granted telco M1 a default judgment against a former employee who allegedly took 3,092 phones and enjoyed the high life with the profits made from selling them. In a closed-door hearing last week, the Court also ordered Matthew Yeo Kay Keng, 35, to pay S$2.06 million in damages to M1. The High Court's decision comes after he had failed to enter his defence by January 14 to contest M1's claims in its civil suit. Yeo, who sold M1 handsets and phone subscriptions to corporate clients, had allegedly been cooking up fake sales orders over three years. He would then collect handsets and sell them off for his personal profit. On November 15, the day he returned from a S$10,000 Japan holiday, he confessed to taking the handsets after M1 discovered the discrepancies. Sworn statements by M1 chief financial officer Lee Kok Chew said Yeo admitted to taking the phones. Yeo had also disclosed his spending spree. He bought a S$230,000 Porsche sports car in August, before upgrading to another S$430,000 model two months later. Yeo also bought a S$50,000 Patek Philippe watch and four Audemars Piguet watches that cost between S$15,000 and S$30,000 each. He has apparently said he would sell his watches, car, a S$200,000 stingray and S$160,000 worth of arowanas to compensate M1. He claimed the items were worth around S$1.6 million. In his statement to M1, Yeo said he took the phones because of "materialism" and his "weakness for cars and watches". He added: "I have used this dishonest and wrongful method to get more handsets lately to get more money and provide better for the family." - CNA/ir Another classic of dreamer trying to own 'Sport' cars ........
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