Two young women have been found dead at a chalet at Aloha Changi early Thursday morning, reported Channel NewsAsia (CNA). The bodies of two young women in their 20s were found at a chalet at the Aloha Changi on Thursday morning.Police found the bodies of Teo Wan Si, 20 and Chua Hui Hsien, 24, following a search of the resort in the wee hours of Thursday. Paramedics at the scene pronounced the two dead at about 2am.On Wednesday evening, a missing persons report was lodged with the police for one of the girls.Police are investigating the case as unnatural death.
The bodies of two young women were found dead at Aloha Resorts in Changi at about 1.30am today, reported local news agencies.Lianhe Wanbao understands that the bodies of Teo Wan Si, 20 and Chua Hui Hsien, 24, were found on the chalet’s bathroom floor.Paramedics who arrived at the scene pronounced the pair dead at 2am.
It is believed that they had been dead for a significant amount of time before they were discovered, reported Lianhe Wanbao.Police told the Chinese evening daily that the chalet was locked from the inside when they arrived. Two black plastic containers containing burnt ash was found in the bathroom and the window was shut.A missing persons report for Ms Teo was filed at about 8pm yesterday, said the police.According to Lianhe Wanbao, Ms Chua reserved the chalet on Wednesday and it is likely that the two women had plans on committing suicide.No foul play is suspected and the police have classified the case as unnatural death.