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Teens in roof vandalism case offered bail

The five teenagers accused of vandalising the roof of a 22-storey HDB block in Toa Payoh have been offered bail of S$12,000 each.

SINGAPORE: The five teenagers accused of vandalising the roof of a 22-storey HDB block in Toa Payoh were on Friday offered bail of S$12,000 each.

Reagan Tan Chang Zhi, Chay Nam Shen, Boaz Koh Wen Jie, Goh Rong Liang and David William Graaskov, all 17 years old, also face additional charges.

Tan faces nine charges, including vandalism and theft of spray cans.

He is accused of committing criminal trespass by climbing over the wall to enter the secured rooftop of Block 85A Lorong 4 Toa Payoh just before midnight on 6 May, and on other occasions between end April and early May.

He is also accused of committing criminal trespass at the premises of Marina Bay Suites at Marina Boulevard and at a construction site at 17 Jalan Rajah.

The other teenagers face similar charges - Koh faces 10 charges, Chay 9, Goh 5 and Graaskov 6.

They may face additional charges pending forensic investigations on digital devices seized.

All the teenagers are represented, except for Tan.

A curfew from 10pm to 6am has also been imposed on the teenagers.

Their case will be mentioned on 27 June.  

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