Bank accounts raided in Singapore

Monday, 1 July 2002, 12:32 PM EST

The bank declined to comment on the total amount pilfered but said that all 21 cases happened on June 19, when one of its customers raised the alarm.

"When we checked, we found there were irregular transfers to one account. We became suspicious, and decided to put a stop to it," a DBS spokeswoman said.

Singapore police said on Saturday they had established the identity of the suspect and were looking for him.

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