photo source: Singapore Police Force
The police yesterday just released a photo of a man they are searching for to help in their examinations concerning an instance of ambush. The attack occurred at Block 1, Changi Village Road, on Feb 15, the eve of Chinese New Year, at around 10.30pm.
It was before announced that a 43-year-old male 7-Eleven representative at the area had been assaulted for a large portion of a moment, and left with blood gushing down his face and a blood-splashed work polo T-shirt.
A witness likewise said there was blood on the dividers.
The suspect had supposedly been despondent that he was not able purchase lager after the cut-off time for retail shops.
Under the law, retail shops are not permitted to offer takeaway liquor from 10.30pm to 7am. Drinking is additionally restricted in every single open place from 10.30pm to 7am.
The representative, who had been distant from everyone else in the store around then, reached the police and required a rescue vehicle. He was taken to Changi General Hospital, where he got outpatient treatment.
The police are requesting those with information about the person in the photo to call 1800-255-0000. Information can also be submitted online at www. police.gov.sg/iwitness. All information will be kept strictly confidential, said the police.