SINGAPORE – Police arrested a 33-year-old man on Thursday (June 13th) for suspicion of involvement in the scandalousness of the MRT modest riot incident in May.
On May 22, the police were alerted at 9.58 am for an incident on a train from the northeast line that approached the Serangoon station.
Through accompanying investigations and images from closed-circuit television cameras, police officers from the Ang Mo Kio police unit identified the suspect's identity and arrested him on Thursday.
Police are investigating.
Anyone convicted of a modest offense may be liable to a term of imprisonment of up to two years and may be punished, punished, or liable for the combination of such penalties.
The police advised members of the public to stay awake in the presence of any suspicious person and to be careful about their surroundings.
The police also called on victims of abuse to immediately seek help and take into account the prominent features and clothing of the suspect.
In order to increase the chances of early arrest of the suspect, the victim should invite 999 as soon as possible, they added.
"If it is safe, the victim or other witnesses of the crime can help keep the suspect while they wait for the police to arrive," the police said.