2 Elderly Men In Bukit Batok Died Alone Last Week, Police Are Seeking Their Next-Of-Kin

Police Appealing For Next-Of-Kin Of 2 Elderly Men Who Died Alone At Ng Teng Fong Hospital

What happens when we die alone?

Authorities become the ones responsible, putting up notices appealing for our next-of-kin to come forward.

Such was the case for 2 elderly men in a Bukit Batok nursing home, who tragically passed away in the absence of their families.


Police are currently appealing for their families to come forward.

Seeking families to claim their remains

According to Singapore Police Force (SPF) media releases, they are appealing for the next-of-kin of the late Rahmat Salleh, 78, and the late Abdul Ghani Mohd Said, 82, to come forward and claim their remains.

The late Abdul Ghani Mohd Said

Mr Rahmat had passed away last Tuesday (24 Sep) at Ng Teng Fong Hospital.

Appearing to have suffered the same fate, Mr Abdul Ghani passed on last Saturday (28 Sep) at the same place.

The late Mr Rahmat

Both were residents of United Medicare Centre at 72, Elizabeth Drive.

Contact the police if you have information

Those who have information on either Mr Rahmat or Mr Abdul Ghani may call the police hotline at 1800-255-0000.

Alternatively, you can submit information online here.

All information received is strictly confidential.

Feature image adapted from Singapore Police Force and Singapore Police Force.

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