Four Bangladeshi men trying to swim to Singapore from Malaysia arrested


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  • Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017

SINGAPORE: Four Bangladeshi men attempting to swim to Singapore from Malaysian waters were arrested by the Police Coast Guard (PCG) for unlawful entry into Singapore.

The men, aged between 25 and 42, were detected in the sea off Sungei Tuan, which are Malaysian territorial waters, at 12.22am on Tuesday, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and Immigrations & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said in a joint news release on Tuesday.

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