Kovan double murder: Cop charged with killing car workshop owner and son
SINGAPORE - Dressed in a black T-shirt, Iskandar Rahmat appeared calm and expressionless, and was looking around the courtroom to see if his family members turned up.
Kovan double murder: Suspect arrives in court to face charges
Iskandar Rahmat, a senior staff sergeant with the Singapore Police Force, has arrived in court on Monday morning to face charges of killing car workshop owner Tan Boon Sin, 67, and his son, Mr Tan Chee Heong, 42.
Kovan double murder: Police senior staff sergeant set to face capital charge
Iskandar, 34, faces the death penalty if he is found guilty. He has been suspended from duty.
Kovan murders: Suspect 'in regular contact with older victim'
By Walter Sim And Jalelah Abu Baker
A close relative of Mr Tan told The Straits Times yesterday that Iskandar would call the 67-year-old car workshop owner to update him about a case of theft from his safe deposit box at the Certis Cisco building which he had reported to the police last November.
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