Updated: 20 June 2014 10:45 | By Joshua Tan / Ilsa Chan
Singapore's most gruesome murders

In light of the shocking discovery of a legless body in a suitcase in Jalan Besar on 11 June, ximsn brings you a recap of some of Singapore’s most gruesome killings.



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Legless body stuffed in suitcase

On 11 June 2014, a grisly discovery of a legless body in a suitcase was made in the evening at Syed Alwi Road in Jalan Besar. An old man was seen pushing the bag in a trolley and asking two tourists for help. When the tourists did so, their hands were stained with blood.

The old man, believed to be a ‘karang guni’ who collects discarded items to sell, was reported to have discovered the body in the suitcase when he opened it. Police recovered a pair of legs in a Muslim cemetary in Jalan Kubor off Victoria Street a day later.

The victim was later identified as 59-year-old Pakistani national Muhammad Noor.

Two male Pakistani nationals, Rasheed Muhammad, 43, and Ramzan Rizwan, 25, were arrested on June 12 at the vicinity of Rowell Road and charged with murder two days later.

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