'Pretty' suspect in loanshark harassment case turned in by mum

'Pretty' suspect in loanshark harassment case turned in by mum

SINGAPORE - The 'pretty woman' wanted in connection to loanshark harassment at Sembawang Close has been turned in to the police by her own mother.

You might remember this atypical loanshark suspect that police were looking for to assist in investigations on Jan 5.

The police were looking for her in connection with a case of loanshark harassment reported on Jan 1.

She was described as appearing to be in her twenties with fair complexion, of medium build and around 1.6 metres tall.

She made headlines for her good looks that was not the type people usually associated with such cases. Netizens even joked that they would not mind getting "harassed" by her.

According to Lianhe Wanbao, her run was over when her mother saw multiple news reports about her daughter's involvement.

With an aching heart, she dragged her daughter to the police station to assist in investigations.

A police spokesperson has confirmed that the woman has been arrested, and was charged in court last Saturday, Jan 10.

If found guilty, loan shark harassment carries a jail sentence of up to five years and a fine between $5,000 to $50,000.


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