Hong Kong – A man and a boy in connection with murder and wounding in Tuen Mun arrested

A man and a boy in connection with murder and wounding in Tuen Mun arrested

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     Police arrested a 23-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy in Tuen Mun yesterday (November 11) afternoon. They were in suspected connection with a murder case happened in Tuen Mun on August 6, in which a 22-year-old man died.



     After investigation, Police arrested the 23-year-old man for murder and wounding, and the 16-year-old boy for wounding in Tuen Mun.


       


     Police laid holding charges against the 16 year-old boy with two counts of wounding. The case was mentioned at Tuen Mun Magistrates’ Courts this morning (November 12). The 23-year-old man is being detained for further enquiries.   


 


     Police arrested nine men, aged 16 to 32, in suspected connection with the case earlier.    



     Active investigation by the District Anti-Triad Section Team 1 of Tuen Mun is underway. Police do not rule out the possibility that more arrests will be made. Anyone who witnessed the case or has any information to offer is urged to contact the investigating officers on 6148 1800.

Hong Kong – Two men arrested in connection with murder in Ta Kwu Ling

Two men arrested in connection with murder in Ta Kwu Ling

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     Police are investigating a murder in Ta Kwu Ling in which a 51-year-old man died.



     On September 5, Police received a report from a woman that she lost contact with her 51-year-old husband.



     Upon investigation, Police arrested two men, aged 64 and 29 respectively, in Sheung Shui yesterday (September 14). They were in suspected connection with the missing of the 51-year-old man. Police found the 51-year-old man lying on a slope near Ping Yuen Road, Ta Kwu Ling today (September 15). The man sustained injuries on his chest and was certified dead at scene.



     Initial investigation revealed that the arrestees were suspected to have attacked the deceased with a sharp-edged object.



     A holding charge will be laid against the arrestees jointly with one count of murder. The case will be mentioned at Fanling Magistrates’ Courts tomorrow (September 16) afternoon.



     Post-mortem examinations will be conducted later to ascertain the causes of the deceased.



     Active follow-up action by the Regional Crime Unit of New Territories North is underway. Police do not rule out the possibility that more arrests will be made.