Nine men who were involved with the Shell Singapore oil heist were offered bail at a Singapore court on Monday, reports The Straits Times.
Vietnamese national Nguyen Duc Quang was offered a SGD $700,000 ($534,000) bail.
Five others, namely Juandi Pungot, Cai Zhi Zhong, Tiah Kok Hwee, Koh Choon Wei, and Muzaffar Ali Khan Muhamad Akram, were each offered bail of SGD $500,000.
The remaining three, Mohd Ibrahim K. Abdul Majid, Abdul Latif Ibrahim, and Richard Goh Chee Keong, were respectively offered a $300,000 bail.
Ng Hock Teck, the former marketing and operations manager of Sentek Marine and Trading, is scheduled to appear at court on Tuesday (30 January).
Vietnamese nationals Doan Xuan Than, Dang Van Hanh, and Singaporeans Alan Tan Cheng Chuan, and Muhammad Ali Muhammad Nor will return to court on 20 February.
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Published: 30 January, 2018
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