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Police investigating 10 teenagers for attempting to enter nightclubs with forged entry stamps

Police investigating 10 teenagers for attempting to enter nightclubs with forged entry stamps
Ten teenagers aged from 17 to 19 are under police investigations for using forged entry stamps to enter two nightclubs. Photo: TODAY file photo

Police investigating 10 teenagers for attempting to enter nightclubs with forged entry stamps

SINGAPORE – Ten teenagers aged from 17 to 19 are under police investigations for using forged entry stamps to enter two nightclubs. 
Police received three reports of youths with forged the entry stamps attempting to enter the nightclubs without paying the cover charge between August and September this year. Several of suspects were also underaged.

TODAY understands that the nightclubs are the iconic Zouk and newly opened bar Get Juiced at River Valley Road. 
In one case, preliminary investigations revealed that the entry stamps were illegally made, sold and used in one of the cases.

In the two other cases, it is believed the genuine entry stamps were replicated and transferred among the suspects through skin contact.

Police investigations are ongoing. 
Anyone found guilty of forgery for the purpose of cheating may be sentenced up to 10 years jail and/or fined, while anyone who intentionally aids or abets the commission of the offence may also face the same punishment.