Massacre At Keong Saik StreetTuesday , 10:15pm (4 part mini series) . Investigative report by Paul Haggerty . Five shot dead on Friday 13th In the wee hours of Friday , December 13 , 1940 , five seemingly unconnected persons were brutally gunned down in a hail of bullets in the back room of a seedy establishment on Keong Saik Street in Chinatown . A group of men were engaged in the vice of opium smoking when the assailants burst into the room and relieved them of their valuables at gunpoint . Instead of leaving , the gunmen then opened fire . Two suspected gunmen found dead by the police . Witnesses claimed to have seen three suspected gunmen fleeing the premises on Friday morning . Strangely enough , police in pursuit of the suspects have discovered two dead bodies . Could the killers have had a falling out over the loot ? Priceless sapphires missing but case already closed The ritualistic killing points to gang involvement in the massacre while a missing cache of sapphires and a dead Japanese amongst the victims have sparked rumours of more sinister motives . However , the police have already closed the case , leaving a host of questions unanswered . Police stumped by lack of motive Could there be more to this case than meets the eye ? Why has the case been closed so quickly ? Is there a greater underlying reason for such vengeance by gunfire ? And lastly . . . . WHERE IS THE MISSING GUNMAN ? Starring Tay Ping Hui , Joanne Peh and Bobby Tonelli .
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