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Police have propelled examinations concerning the revelations of four bodies out in the open ranges in only five days, and have arranged every case as an unnatural demise.
The most recent case included a 44-year-old man discovered dead on the asphalt along Corporation Road in Jurong early yesterday morning.
The police were cautioned at around 5.40am and landed to discover the man, who has not been named, lying still.
Paramedics maintained him dead at the scene. His head was allegedly secured in blood, with an injury to the back.
As indicated by Chinese daily paper Shin Min Daily News, the body was found with appendages spreadeagled.
Crisp blood secured the dead man’s face and there was a profound injury to the back of his head.
Close to the body were a few things including a couple of pants, shoes and a dark cash pocket accepted to contain money.
At the point when journalists touched base at the scene at around 7am, the police had a territory the extent of around two b-ball courts cordoned off.
The Straits Times comprehends that the dead man is a Singaporean Chinese, and no treachery is suspected.
In discrete cases a week ago, two elderly men were discovered dead out in the open regions.
The deteriorated collection of 72-year-old Goh Chin Hin, who disappeared a month back, was found by a grass cutter close Jurong Canal Drive on Friday morning.
Ow Lew Bin, 77, who was most recently seen in Marsiling on June 6, was discovered dead in the midst of vegetation along the Bukit Timah Expressway on Wednesday.
At around 8.45am on Sunday, the body of a 64-year-old Singaporean lady was discovered gliding in Jurong Lake.