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Police are appealing for information from the public about the riot which broke out at Little India on Sunday night. Members of the public are also urged to refer to the police website for accurate updates.
SINGAPORE: Police are appealing for information from the public about the riot which broke out at Little India on Sunday night.
Members of the public are also urged to refer to the police website for accurate updates.
A police spokesperson said that a report carried by India's Sun TV earlier this week had made claims that were "baseless, misleading and irresponsible".
Deputy Superintendent Julius Lim, head of operations and training at Tanglin Police Division, said: "The uncomfortable reality is that in an incident like this, there will be a lot of mistruths and information that are unverified that will be broadcast online, and they will spread.
“Our message to the public will be to refer to the Singapore Police Force website for factual updates, and for anyone with information to come forward, step forward to give the police information.
“You can call 999. But also for those who are directly involved in the riot, we urge you to surrender yourself and come forward as well to assist us with investigations."
Channel NewsAsia understands no further arrests were made on Wednesday.
But around 4am on Wednesday, three migrant workers were picked up at Yishun Dam and brought to the Central Police Station for questioning.