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    Notice

    Below is a notice written by the management office of my estate. Please improve it. Thank you.


    At around 8pm, a serious incident of throwing object from height took place. A green wine glass bottle was thrown from high level floor. The bottle had broken into pieces scattering on the open space in front of the building entrance. Luckily, nobody was injured. The case has been reported to the police for investigation with a view to locating the suspect for judgement, Please be reminded that throwing object from height is a criminal offence and would also be subject to allotment of marks under the Marking Scheme. Also, for the safety of the public, please do not commit this crime.

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    Re: Notice

    Quote Originally Posted by yslamac View Post
    Below is a notice written by the management office of my estate. Please improve it. Thank you.


    At around 8pm, a serious incident of throwing object from height took place. A green wine glass bottle was thrown from a high level floor. The bottle had broken smashed, into pieces scattering on all over the open space in front of the building entrance. Luckily, nobody was injured. The case has been reported to the police for investigation with a view to identifying and locating the suspect. for judgement, Please be reminded that throwing objects from height above is a criminal offence and perpetrators would also be are subject to allotment of are liable to receive marks under the Marking Scheme. Also, For the safety of the public all, please do not commit this crime.
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