Kovan double murder: Missing car found at Eunos industrial estate

Police have located the silver Toyota Camry with the licence plate SGM 14J, which was involved in the suspected double murder of a father and son in Kovan on Wednesday. The car was found along Block 1084, Eunos Avenue 7.

UPDATE: Mr Francis Yeo, 47, saw the silver Toyota Camry at 8.50am on Thursday and called the police.

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The driver of the car is wanted by the police to assist in the on-going investigations of the double murder in Kovan.

According to local Chinese daily Lianhe Wanbao's Facebook page, the car was found along Eunos Lane 7 and still had bloodstains on it.

From an earlier report:

She was driving home from Sentosa along Upper Serangoon Road when the sight of a body wedged under a silver Toyota Camry shocked her.

Immediately, she honked at the car, along with "15 to 20 other cars", said the Caucasian eyewitness of the horrific scene.

She said it kept going for another 400m before the body eventually dislodged at the taxi stand just outside Kovan MRT station. The car continued without stopping, she added.

It is believed that the body had been dragged for 1km.

The body at Kovan MRT, belonging to a Chinese male in his 40s, was one of two found by police yesterday afternoon. The other, a Chinese male in his 70s, was found at the garden of the corner terrace house along Hillside Drive. They are believed to be father and son.

Read the full report in The New Paper on Thursday (July 11).

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