Two robbers nabbed before they could strike

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  • Saturday, 17 Jul 2004

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Two would-be-robbers, who waited for customers to leave a goldsmith shop in Chai Leng Park before making their move, were nabbed by police. 

The two, aged 25 and 27, had wanted to rob the shop but their plan turned awry when there were too many customers in the shop. They waited for the customers to leave not knowing police had been tipped off. 

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