Bacchus Marsh Grammar private school students arrested in Singapore

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Five girls from an elite private school have been arrested and detained for hours in Singapore after they allegedly shoplifted from multiple stores while on a school trip.

Year 10 students from elite Victorian school Bacchus Marsh Grammar travelled to the Southeast Asian country for a netball trip when they were accused of theft.

The five girls have been accused of allegedly stealing items from a Victoria’s Secret shop, as well as Croc shoes.

A source told the Herald Sun the young girls had only returned to their hotel at 3.30am after spending more than “ten hours in cells” but were “okay”.

“They have been back and forth from the police station and their accommodation,” the source told the newspaper.

All students on the trip are “shattered” and “very sad”, the source said.

Bacchus Marsh Grammar principal Andrew Neal said the school is aware of the alleged incident and is investigating.

It is believed he mentioned the alleged incident at a school assembly but refuses to make a public statement until details are confirmed.

Bacchus Marsh Grammar school is located 60km north of Melbourne with 3000 students, who pay more than $13,000 per year in fees.

Originally published as Elite Victorian private school girls arrested for alleged theft of lingerie in Singapore


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