Singapore Police Force’s HITS (Handphone IMEI Tracing System)

In Singapore, users can access the Singapore Police Force’s HITS (Handphone IMEI Tracing System) website to check if their mobile handset is recorded by the police as stolen device. The free service will check a user’s phone IMEI number against its database, and phone owners who learn through the site that their phones are stolen can then make a police report.

Keying *#06# on a mobile phone will allow users to see the device’s 15-digit International Mobile Equipment Identity, or IMEI number. But this code isn’t really secret – for most phones, it’s also printed on the inside of the handset underneath the battery or found on the warranty card.

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