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Malaysian Offers RM30,000 Reward For Stolen 24K Gold Rings


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Source: Facebook - Solomon Freeman

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With Covid-19, comes the travel restrictions between countries which has severely affected those who rely on cross-border travels to make a living. But it can also complicate the life of anyone who is in the middle of relocating.

For Solomon Freeman, the border restriction has caused all his belongings to be stuck in Singapore before he could move them back to Malaysia. However, he initially had a way to settle this issue by hiring an international mover to transport all his items from Singapore to Malaysia.

Before the move, all his belongings were kept at a property in Singapore which was managed by a hotel. Unfortunately, he had lost three of his rings from his jewellery box and this might have occurred before the movers got to his items.

Although he hired the movers, the hotel staff were also assisting in the entire process. It ran smoothly until everything arrived in Malaysia on July 28 and his three rings were missing. He told Mothership.sg,

“The 3 stolen rings were stored inside a small wooden jewelry box. Assuming when someone opened the jewelry box, the rings will obviously denote as the most distinctive/valuable item in any layman’s eyes, among all the other pieces of men’s jewelry like cufflinks, and tuxedo studs which all made from precious metal.”

He also elaborated that the hotel staff, as well as the owner of the moving company, are cooperating with the police investigation. Solomon went to Facebook and informed everyone, especially pawn shops in Singapore and Malaysia about the ring, especially the heirloom ring handed to him from his late father.

Read the full post here:

Attention to all Pawn Shops in Singapore & Malaysia.3 rings had been stolen from my jewelry box in an undisclosed…

Posted by Solomon Freeman on Rabu, 29 Julai 2020

He is offering about RM30,000 reward for its return and about RM60,000 if they manage to capture the culprit. Hopefully, Solomon will be able to retrieve the valuable ring as it means a lot to his family.


Also read: Watch: Thief in Puchong Blocks Car From Reversing, Opens Boot & Steals Items

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