Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Australian schoolgirls arrested for alleged shoplifting in Singapore have returned home: Report

SINGAPORE: A group of Australian schoolgirls arrested in Singapore for alleged shoplifting in Orchard Highway have returned house, based on stories from Australian media shops on Tuesday (Nov 22).

The group of six youngsters aged 14 to 16 had been arrested on Nov 13, the Singapore Police Drive (SPF) advised CNA.

In accordance with Every day Mail Australia, the women had been caught on CCTV digital camera stashing away costly lingerie from Victoria’s Secret earlier than leaving with out paying. 

The 12 months 10 college students had additionally stolen footwear from a Crocs retailer, based on Australian media stories. The thefts reportedly happened on the Mandarin Gallery in Orchard Highway.

Andrew Neal, the principal of their college, Bacchus Marsh Grammar, had mentioned that the women had been a part of a gaggle in Singapore for a regional netball competitors.

The arrested schoolgirls had been permitted to rejoin their group and flew again to Australia on Nov 19, the Herald Solar quoted the principal as saying.

“Everyone seems to be right here and so they all got here in on the identical flight … All issues have been resolved and the women had been allowed to proceed to the airport with no additional motion,” Mr Neal mentioned.

“It was a bit delicate however it is a good final result.”

CNA has reached out to the police for remark.

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